Nonprofit Newswire | June 18, 2010

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Community Health Center Backs State of the Art Gym in Low Income Neighborhood

June 17, 2010; NPR| A nonprofit gym in Boston, which offers affordable rates and first-class equipment and programs, is helping community residents collectively do battle against bulging waistlines and teaching them healthier eating habits.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireEDITORIAL: State Budget — Let Facts, Not Rhetoric, Guide Choices

June 17, 2010; Observer & Eccentric | Nonprofits need to step into the public dialogue about taxes and their state budgets without delay!—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireRaising State Revenue—The Year of the Punt

June 16, 2010; | Fundamental to the budget crisis is the antiquated and inadequate mechanisms that states use to raise revenues.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireCity Proposes 3-Year Tax Exemption to Business

June 15, 2010; Los Angeles Daily News | For all of the fights concerning municipal and state efforts to exact taxes or fees from tax exempt nonprofits, state and local governments routinely hand out tax abatements and exemptions to for-profit businesses.—Rick Cohen


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