Nonpartisan Action for a Better Redding (NABR) was started in the spring of 1996 when town residents David Bohn, Frank Scott, Lew Andrews, and others were brought together in their opposition to what they believed was a poorly designed plan to outfit local schools with the latest computer technology. The group continued what became a longstanding campaign to promote K-12 school reform in Redding and Easton, focusing on irresponsible expenditures and illegal activity by the respective school boards to promote their proposed budgets before annual referenda. In May of 2007, NABR received IRS certification as a tax-exempt foundation to “promote the quality of life” in both Redding and statewide. 

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