Nonprofit Newswire | February 2, 2010

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An Obama Favorite in 2011 Budget

February 1, 2010; United Neighborhood Centers of America | In the Building Neighborhoods blog, we consistently find quality government program analysis and reporting by Patrick Lester on behalf of the United Neighborhood Centers of America and the Alliance for Children and Families.—Rick Cohen

The Two Faces of Facebook

February 1, 2010; United Neighborhood Centers of America | Social media has played a large, roll for better or worse, in the relief effort for the victim’s of the Earthquake in Haiti.—Aaron Lester

In Defense of Citizens United

January 27, 2010; Atlanta Journal Constitution | It’s more than a little disconcerting to see an opinion piece in the Atlanta Journal Constitution defending the Supreme Court’s campaign finance decision in the Citizens United case, co-authored by Republican senator Mitch McConnell and iconic First Amendment scholar Floyd Abrams.—Rick Cohen

Throw Convention to the Wind?

February 1, 2010; The Record Searchlight | Redding, California, is faced with a difficult decision regarding its convention center.—Ruth McCambridge



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