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N.Y. senate leader accused of bilking nonprofits

The office of New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo charged the majority leader of the state senate, his family and aides with diverting over $14 million for meals, vacations and campaign expenses from a network of nonprofit health clinics he founded, The New York Times reported April 20 (see charity lawsuit story).

New York City nonprofits brace for change

Thousands of New York City nonprofits are gearing for changes in the way the city awards $4 billion in contracts each year, The New York Times reported April 18 (see nonprofit funding cuts story).

Virginia Tech offering nonprofit certificate online

Virginia Tech this summer is launching an online graduate certificate in nonprofit and non-governmental management, the Staunton News Leader reported April 20 (see online nonprofit certificate story).

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