Nonprofit Newswire | February 8, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireKeeping Faith, Courting Conservatives

February 4, 2010; Wall Street Journal | Why did President Obama continue the practice of his many predecessors by attending the National Prayer Breakfast organized annually by something called “the Fellowship Foundation?”—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireCity Stems Funding in N.H.

February 7, 2010; Manchester Union Leader | In Manchester, New Hampshire, the city has been cutting back on its funding of nonprofits. Mayor Ted Gatsas believes that it is not the city’s responsibility to finance nonprofits at all.”—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit Newswire$1.2B Deficit in Minn.

February 4, 2010; Star Tribune | Minnesota’s year starts with a $1.2 billion deficit, a Republican governor pledged against tax increases, and an opposing legislature disinclined to make program cuts.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireReal Losses for Nonprofit Arts in N.J.

February 7, 2010; The Star-Ledger | A review of dozens of financial records and interviews with arts officials in New Jersey show the economic downturn was more devastating than anticipated for arts organizations there.—Aaron Lester



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