Nonprofit Newswire | February 25, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireProposal for Fannie, Freddie to Be U.S.-Owned Nonprofits

February 23, 2010; Wall Street Journal | Should Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac remain government-sponsored enterprises as they have been since their creation, by government to serve as a secondary market for home mortgages?—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireDrug Companies Form Nonprofit

February 23, 2010; The Star-Ledger | Three of the biggest names in U.S. pharmaceuticals are joining together to create an Asian-based nonprofit that aims to develop new medicines to treat the growing incidence of gastric and lung cancers in that part of the world.—Bruce Trachtenberg and Ruth McCambridge

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFrom a Disgraced ACORN Grows a New Organization

February 23, 2010; New York Times | A rose by another name still smells the same, but what about an ACORN?—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireCalifornia Nonprofits Unite to Confront Rising Health Care Costs

February 24, 2010; Santa Cruz Sentinel | Some nonprofits are handling the increase in health care costs by collectively purchasing insurance through the California Association of Nonprofits.—Lisette Rodriguez

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireU.S. Approves Settlement for Black Farmers

February 19, 2010; Washington Post | This month, the Obama Administration settled Pigford, the case that attempted to rectify decades of overt and documented systematic discrimination by the U.S. Department of Agriculture against black farmers.—Rick Cohen



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