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News Briefing: Charities Say Government Is Ignoring Them in Crisis

By Kate Golden on March 5, 2009No Comment
  • Thousands of nonprofit leaders sign a manifesto that calls on politicians to support their work.  [New York Times]
  • There is increasing interest in the idea of using business to tackle the world's big problems.  [New York Times]
  • President Obama's proposal to limit high earners' charitable tax deductions draws fire from some Republicans.  [Bloomberg]
  • Senator Charles Grassley expresses concern over the high compensation of some nonprofit hospital executives.  [Boston Globe]
  • Community health centers play a big role in public health by taking stress off state-funded hospitals seen as a last resort for the uninsured.  [Reuters]
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