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News Briefing: Michael Jackson’s Attorneys Accuse Companies of Charity Scam

By Kate Golden on October 5, 2009No Comment
  • Attorneys for Michael Jackson sue two California charities, accusing them of scamming the singer's fans by using his name to solicit funds.  [ABC News]
  • President Obama tours a Maryland cancer lab to call attention to $5 billion in new government health science grants.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • Several of ACORN's major funders have ended or are reassessing their ties with the organization and its affiliates.  [NPR]
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