Nonprofit Newswire | July 2, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireUnusual Fundraiser Well Worth Watching

July 1; The Portlander | A Portland, Oregon nonprofit plans to live-stream a 30-hour telethon.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFavorable Ratings for Health Reform on the Rise

July 1; Kaiser Polls | As the U.S. recovers from the rancor of the debate around health care reform and begins implementation, public opinion is warming to the measure.—Ruth McCambridge


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWorth of Buffett Pledge to Gates Waaay up in 2010

July 1; Seattle Times | An increase in Berkshire Hathaway stock has led to a $1.62 billion pledge.—Ruth McCambridge


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireStrange Bed Fellows: Pepsico and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

July 1; | The relationships between fast food companies and anti-obesity efforts are coming under increasing scrutiny.—Ruth McCambridge


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswirePittsburgh Promise Scholarship Raises $11.3 M in Year

July 1; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | The fund will leverage an additional $7.6 million from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.—Rick Cohen


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNM Court Rules Advocacy Groups Need Not Register as PACs

June 30; New Mexico Independent | The ruling defeated the efforts of the state's Attorney General to limit the organizations’ public policy advocacy rights.—Rick Cohen


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