Nonprofit Newswire | July 28, 2010

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Patients’ Suffer Financial Ills After Nonprofit Hospital Care

July 26, 2010; Indianapolis Star| Hospital care in Indiana can be very unhealthy to the financial well being of patients.—Bruce Trachtenberg

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WikiLeaks—Breakthrough Innovation by a Nonprofit

July 26, 2010; Knight Center for Journalism | WikiLeaks offers, perhaps, a great example of how real breakthrough social innovation can at times be uncomfortable and fraught.—Ruth McCambridge

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Is Gates Foundation Approach to Education Evidence Based?

July 25, 2010; The Oregonian | The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has encountered some measure of pushback about how much it really knows about educational reform versus its influence all the way up to the Obama White House.—Rick Cohen

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Senate Panel Slashes Promise Neighborhoods Funding to $20 Million

July 27, 2010; Building Neighborhoods | Whatever the reason, Congress has been increasingly irascible toward nonprofit appropriations, having now cut down the Promise Neighborhoods program.—Rick Cohen

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Foundation Guilty of Human Trafficking Collects $2.1 Million From Feds

July 26, 2010; | The U.S. Agriculture Department loaned the Aloun Foundation $2.1m, whose leadership is now behind bars.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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