Nonprofit Newswire | June 3, 2010

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Pew Report—The State of Municipal Budgets

May 26, 2010; PR Web | Pew took a look at the municipal budgets of 13 major cities to see how they were likely to fare in Fiscal 2011.—Rick Cohen

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Texting Donations, a Bad Idea?

June 2, 2010; Washington Post | It’s sexy, trendy, and increasingly popular.  Here’s the full dish on donations via text message.—James David Morgan

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Feds Launch Criminal Investigation of Gulf Coast Oil Disaster

June 1, 2010; The Hill | As the government gets serious about BP, what role for the nonprofit sector?—Rick Cohen

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Austin Gets High Marks For Classy Support for Arts

May 31, 2010; Austin American-Statesman | The Texan city is offering a series of free workshops designed to boost the business practices of arts and cultural groups.—Bruce Trachtenberg

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Late Payments Threaten Future of Pivotal Legal Agency

June 2, 2010; BBC News | In the UK a legal aid organization providing services to asylum seekers is in danger of closing because it is owed upwards of two million British pounds by the government.—Ruth McCambridge

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AIDS Funding Cuts Risk African Lives: Report

May 31, 2010; CBC News | The findings of Médecins Sans Frontières that rich countries have cut back on their HIV/AIDS donations to African nations appear to focus on donor governments.—Rick Cohen

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Foundation Banks on Power of Information to Turn More Buildings Green

June 1, 2010; New York Times | Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation is providing funding to create a public database that will contain information about how much money has been saved from retrofitting buildings in New York City.—Bruce Trachtenberg

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