Nonprofit Newswire | February 12, 2010

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February 9, 2010; The Madison County Courier | It seems the University is still a place of virtue. At least on two campuses—one in Massachusetts, the other in New York.—Kristin Barrali

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February 11, 2010; Lawrence Journal-World | With state and local governments under continuing budget pressure from the recession, the search for revenue continues.—Jon Pratt

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February 8, 2010; The Rush Limbaugh Show | For Rush Limbaugh, the rise of the L3C model “is disturbing as all get-out to me because this is the corrupting of the private sector and to change its mission in toto and the left is just running hog wild unchecked over everything.”—Rick Cohen

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February 4, 2010; Catalyst Chicago | How many nonprofits are gearing up to compete for the Department of Education’s Promise Neighborhoods program, slated to receive $210 million in President Obama’s FY 2011 budget?—Rick Cohen



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