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N.J. nonprofits face spending limits

Starting July 1, charitable nonprofits in New Jersey must curb executive pay and limit travel expenses and staff training or risk losing some government support, the Atlantic City Press reported May 10 (see New Jersey nonprofits story).

Disease-prevention funding splits public-health officials, nonprofits

Public health officials and nonprofits are split sharply over how to spend $15 billion in disease prevention funds over the next 10 years, Kaiser Health News reported May 7 (see disease prevention fund story).

Maine funder commits up to $35 million to hospital

The Harold Alfond Foundation in Maine is committing up to $35 million to MaineGeneral to build a new $322 million consolidated regional hospital in north Augusta, the Morning Sentinel reported May 7 (see Maine hospital story).

Charity-minded tour operators give back

Many charity-minded tour operators give back to the destinations their leisure clients visit, the Los Angeles Times reported May 9 (see charity-minded travel story).

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