Nonprofit Newswire | January 29, 2010

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Funneling Earmarks OK for Congressman
January 27, 2010; News Register Wheeling | The Justice Department has concluded that Congressman Alan Mollohan’s (D-WV) funneling of earmarks to nonprofits created and staffed by his former staff and professional or business colleagues isn’t an offense worth criminal charges.—Rick Cohen

Holy Wars
January 26, 2010; The Daily Journal | The fate of a New Jersey parish is wrested unceremoniously out of the hands of parishioners—and parishioners resist.—Ruth McCambridge

Grantmaking for Christians
January 27, 2010; Christian Post |  The proportion of foundation grantmaking to “religion” is much lower than the proportion of individual giving for religious organizations. But some do.—Rick Cohen

The State Florida is In
January 27, 2010; Christian Post |  The sunshine state has a projected $57 million decline in property tax revenue on top of the more than $120 million in cuts commissioners were forced to make for the current fiscal year.—Aaron Lester





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