Nonprofit Newswire | March 17, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireACLU Sues New York

March 16, 2010; New York Times | A class-action suit being brought by the American Civil Liberties Union against the State of New York argues that the public defender system doesn’t adequately provide representation to defendants in criminal trials.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireDonor Sues for Return of Gift

March 16, 2010; Yale Daily News | Bearing Point, Inc., a consulting firm, pledged $30 million to Yale University . . . and, in fact paid the university $8.1 million. But now it wants it back.—Ruth McCambridge

The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireSchools Perched on Funding Cliff

March 16, 2010; Omaha World-Herald | In Omaha, the school district is already beginning the process of determining which and how many of its 8,224 employees will be laid off over the next two years as stimulus funds disappear.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireWife of Clarence Thomas Launches “Tea Party” Nonprofit

March 16, 2010; Wall Street Journal blog | Virginia Thomas, the wife of taciturn Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, is bursting out all over, getting quoted in the press for her comments at the Conservative Political Action Committee conference last month.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireObama Donates Nobel Money to Education

March 1, 2010; Savannah Tribune | Of the 10 charities receiving part of Obama’s $1.4 million Nobel Prize award, six directly support higher education for student groups that are traditionally underserved.—Aaron Lester




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