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News Briefing: Autism Debate Strains a Family and Its Charity

By Kate Golden on June 18, 2007No Comment
  • Drag racer loses control in Tennessee charity car show; kills six people and injures twenty more.  [Associated Press]
  • Habitat for Humanity’s homes in a development in Jacksonville are criticized.  [New York Times]
  • Mega-charity Autism Speaks experiences rift in the debate over causes of the neurological disorder.  [New York Times]
  • Lincoln Museum acquires an immense private collection, including a stovepipe hat and gloves stained with the president’s blood, put together by a fan.    [Associated Press]
  • Financing for after-school programs at more than 200 schools in New York State is threatened.  [New York Times]
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