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News Briefing: Free Clinics Hit With More Patients, Less Funding

By Kate Golden on July 21, 2009No Comment
  • DC Mayor Adrian M. Fenty's recent proposal to sharply cut earmarks is bad news for many area nonprofits.  [Washington Post]
  • Feed the Children, an Oklahoma City-based Christian relief organization, spent $1.2 million in donations on a house a in Burbank, California.  [The Oklahoman]
  • About four million Americans are expected to visit the nation's 1,200 free health clinics this year – a surge that comes as clinics face a drop-off in financial support.  [Associated Press]
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