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News Briefing: Smithsonian Questions $5 Million In Oil Money

By Kate Golden on November 6, 2007No Comment
  • David Beckham, Anthony LaPaglia, and others play in a charity soccer game to raise funds for wildfire relief.  [Associated Press]
  • Smithsonian halts $5 million donation from the American Petroleum Institute after two members of the Board question an oil-industry sponsorship of an ocean exhibit.  [Washington Post]
  • Pink marketing strategy brings in money for breast cancer awareness, but lack of regulation on who raises what worries some advocacy groups.  [Los Angeles Times
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