Nonprofit Newswire | July 9, 2010

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July 8, 2010; Washington Post | That's right—the initials most people have been using for years to identify National Public Radio—is now its (sort of) new name.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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July 8, 2010; Litchfield County Times | How might land conservation help local municipal budgets? The Winchester Land Trust has pitched the idea of buying some 1,140 acres of land owned by the town of Winsted, Conn.—Rick Cohen


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireQuestions About Obama’s CMS Appointee and His Nonprofit

July 8, 2010; San Francisco Examiner | Sen. Charles Grassley, the ranking Republican on the Finance Committee, wants to learn more about the donors to the Massachusetts-based nonprofit that Berwick founded and ran.—Ruth McCambridge


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireTax-Exempt Funds Aid Settlements in West Bank

July 6, 2010; New York Times | Several U.S. charities, particularly Christian groups that view the establishment and survival of Israel as an important step toward the second coming of Christ, provide support to West Bank settlers and other groups.—Rick Cohen


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July 8, 2010; Associated Press | For prosecutors who won a conviction against a former Pennsylvania state senator found guilty of defrauding a museum, a nonprofit, and the senate of millions of dollars, justice has not yet been served.—Bruce Trachtenberg



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