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News Briefing: Senate Measure Seeks to Spur Foundations to Give More

By Kate Golden on March 25, 2009No Comment
  • Three senators introduce legislation intended to encourage foundations to give away more of their money.  [New York Times]
  • President Obama says his intended changes to the tax code should not affect charities.  [Reuters]
  • The City University of New York reaches its $1.2 billion fundraising goal three years ahead of schedule.  [New York Times]
  • US Senator Ben Cardin introduces a bill to allow newspapers to operate as nonprofit organizations.  [Boston Globe]
  • National Public Radio hits record audience numbers this year.  [Washington Post]
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