"...In regard to nonprofits receiving state funds:
"No more than $120,000 in state funds shall be used for the annual salary of any one employee."
...I wouldn't worry. This looks like a bookkeeping issue.
Use other funds to pay the big salary and apply the state money to other purposes.
This budget provision probably won't have any practical effect on any agency
— unless there are some that operate almost entirely with state funds
— although it sends a good message.
If your organization is taking state dollars,
don't rub taxpayers' noses in it by overpaying your staff."