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Do nonprofits have a right to claim economic losses when disaster hits? In the wake of BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion and oil spill in 2010, nonprofits suffered losses just like any other businesses in the impacted parts of the Gulf Coast. The new BP oil spill settlement process for making claims of economic losses is important for the region’s nonprofits to access—and for the nation’s nonprofits to understand if and when the next man-made, BP-type calamity hits.
A clever advertisement sends two different messages to the viewer based on their height, aiming to reach youth impacted by child abuse.
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Few things are more loathed by the public than taxes, and our cultural models encourage us to view government as something to be resisted and our tax system as a ...
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The European Union has eased sanctions on Zimbabwe in hopes of fair elections, but recent reports point to police raids against NGOs promoting voter education and reform.
An array of nonprofit groups have filed friend of the court briefs for both sides in a case about seeds and patents that hit the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday.
If Wayne LaPierre of the National Rifle Association (NRA) offers your nonprofit advice on how to win friends and influence people, our advice is that you run fast and run far.
An Associated Press article speculates as to where Boy Scouts of America members might go if turned off when the organization decides about openly gay members.
Unlike their straight peers, LGBT U.S. citizens currently cannot sponsor spouses or partners for green cards. Will this imbalance be addressed by immigration legislation?
Integrating affordable housing into otherwise higher income complexes makes sense, but it’s not always easy, as this case from Carrboro, N.C. illustrates.
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