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March 17, 2010; Austin American-Statesman | The Nonprofit Newswire has covered this story since it broke and will follow it as it unfolds and we begin to get a sense of how local Boys and Girls Clubs feel about the situation. The investigation of the group’s compensation of its CEO has again surfaced a longstanding disagreement about the basis on which nonprofit CEO salaries are figured and justified. We saw this opinion piece by Andrea Ball of the Austin American-Statesman today, laying out her reasons for believing that nonprofit salaries should be limited, and thought we’d pass it along. And, as always, we’d be interested in your opinion.—Ruth McCambridge