Nonprofit Newswire | July 27, 2010

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Arts Groups in Portland Earn Bravos for Fiscal Performances

July 26, 2010; The Oregonian | It might come at a hefty cost, but these arts nonprofits are ending their fiscal years in the black.—Bruce Trachtenberg

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Who's Owed What by Deadbeat Illinois

July 21, 2010; Crain’s Chicago Business | If you want to see how a state’s fiscal crisis affects the nonprofit sector, just look at the list of 136 nonprofits that are owed $1,000,000 or more by the state of Illinois.—Rick Cohen

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"If I was president" – Will Wyclef Jean Run in Haiti?

July 26, 2010; The Atlantic Wire| Wyclef might make a Presidential bid in Haiti – will he do it?—Ruth McCambridge

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N.J. Gov Vetoes Funds for Clinics, Homebuyers

July 23, 2010; The Trentonian| New Jersey Governor Christie's vetoed legislation tells us more about what he's thinking than you might realize.—Rick Cohen

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NYT Says CEO Salary Becoming Issue Between Nonprofits and Government

July 26, 2010; New York Times | Policy makers might pay attention to this Stephanie Strom article on nonprofit CEO pay.—Ruth McCambridge

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Food Banks for Pets? Why Not

July 2, 2010; Winston-Salem Journal | One person's trash is another dog's food.—Bruce Trachtenberg

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Israeli Paper Says Friend of Obama is Raising Funds To Break Blockade in Gaza

July 25, 2010; Haaretz | A Columbia University history professor named Rashid Khalidi is attempting to raise a few hundred thousand dollars in donations to purchase a U.S. ship to participate in an upcoming flotilla to break the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip.—Rick Cohen

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Kellogg Foundation makes Record Breaking Grant to Cal Poly Pomona

July 26, 2010; LA Times| Cal Poly Pomona is the recipient of the $42m grant.—Ruth McCambridge

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