Nonprofit Newswire | September 29, 2010

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September 28, 2010; | Yesterday’s newswire, which was unflattering to nonprofits, by Walter Williams, a professor of economics at George Mason University, rubbed some of you the wrong way entirely.—The Editors


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September 27, 2010; Education Week | How can foundations supplement federal programs? One way might be to fund applications of worthy organizations that fell short of success in their attempts to get competitive federal grant funding.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWho's Blowing Smoke Here?

September 27, 2010; | How many cigars can you buy for $50,000? That's among the questions state auditors are asking as they pore over expenditures of the former head of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireEcon. Dev. Loans on Friendly Terms for Family

September 24, 2010; WWL.TV | For a nonprofit that gives loans for economic development, it may be a conflict of interest if it gives loans to businesses controlled by family members of the executive director or the deputy director.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireIllinois Temporarily Reprieves 26,000 Workers

September 28, 2010; Huffington Post | Illinois governor Pat Quinn announced that he would extend the jobs for two months, that were set to disappear with the expiration of a TANF "Emergency Fund."—Ruth McCambridge


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireYouth Unemployment—A Lost Generation

September 28, 2010; Washington Examiner | Saltsman of the nonprofit Employment Policies Institute says that teenage unemployment is now above 20 percent.—Rick Cohen


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September 24, 2010; | ust nine states (out of 51 if you count D.C., and we do) received more than two-thirds of the federal contracts.—Ruth McCambridge



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