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News Briefing: Rich Angelenos a Gold Mine for Animal Causes

By Kate Golden on December 19, 2007No Comment
  • A nonprofit group that helps poor Connecticut residents pay their heating bills is raided by federal agents looking for applications from illegal immigrants.  [New York Times]
  • The Perot Foundation sells a 710-year-old copy of the Magna Carta for $21.3 million.  [Associated Press]
  • Diane Arbus’s estate gives her complete archives to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  [New York Times]
  • In the past year, well-moneyed Angelenos have raised millions for animals.  [Los Angeles Times]
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