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News Briefing: Grant System Leads Cancer Researchers to Play It Safe

By Kate Golden on June 29, 2009No Comment
  • Texas adopts a law that bars trustees from moving a trust or foundation out of Texas without court approval.  [New York Times]
  • Scientists turn to private foundations to fund more speculative research.  [New York Times]
  • Microsoft veterans launch two separate Seattle nonprofits aimed at encouraging a new generation of philanthropists by using mobile phone and social networking.  [Seattle Times]
  • The government's economic stimulus package sets aside $2.5 billion for free and low-cost health clinics.  [Associated Press]
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