As the State Bar’s Conference of Delegates gathers today for its annual meeting, don’t expect the policy-setting group to shrink away from controversial issues.

It could be just the opposite. After years of operating on a small portion of the mandatory dues collected from California lawyers, the group will now survive entirely on voluntary contributions. And the change might be liberating for a group long accused of using members’ money to push unpopular political agendas.

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