ACORN ‘Bringing Operations to a Close’ACORN is closing up shop. On Monday, the national community organizing network announced that it would be winding down its operations and planned to shutter its "remaining state affiliates and field offices" by April 1.
ACORN is closing up shop. On Monday, the national community organizing network announced that it would be winding down its operations and planned to shutter its “remaining state affiliates and field offices” by April 1.
Wait, before you go…
ACORN via BradBlog:
In a organizational statement released today, ACORN said:
The ACORN Association Board met on Sunday March 21 and approved a set of steps to responsibly manage the process of bringing its operations to a close over the coming months. These include:
- Closing ACORN’s remaining state affiliates and field offices by April 1st; and
- Developing a plan to resolve all outstanding debts, obligations and other issues.
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