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News Briefing: I.R.S. Seeks More Charity Transparency

By Kate Golden on June 15, 2007No Comment
  • The Clark Art Institute receives donation of art and cash valued at $90 million.  [Associated Press]
  • I.R.S. proposes a vast overhaul of the Form 990 in an effort to make charities more transparent.  [New York Times]
  • A new study reports that donating money to charity activates regions of the brain associated with pleasure.  [Chicago Tribune]
  • Eli Lilly joins forces with U.S. health experts in the battle against tuberculosis; donates $15 million to a nonprofit drug research group.  [Newark Star-Ledger]
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