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News Briefing: Grassley Asks Medical Nonprofits About Financial Support

By Kate Golden on December 8, 2009No Comment
  • Only 41 cents of every dollar raised by professional charity solicitors in Massachusetts last year went to charitites.  [Boston Globe]
  • Vittana, a nonprofit organization, is building a student loan business for microfinance institutions that cater to poor people in the developing world.  [New York Times]
  • Sen. Charles Grassley asks 33 nonprofit medical groups, including the American Medical Association and American Cancer Society, for information on the financial support they receive from corporations.  [Wall Street Journal]
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