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Public Policy

Online news service for state public policy information from Pew Charitable Trusts; focus on important state-level issues such as healthcare, tax and budget policy, the environment, welfare reform, and more.

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Topic: Public Policy

What implications does the Sarbanes-Oxley law passed by Congress have for nonprofits? Learn more about recent changes in federal and state laws and find sample policies of use for nonprofits.

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Topic: Public Policy
Release Date: October 11, 2017

The fifth report in The Fund’s Crossroads NJ series has been released.

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Topic: Public Policy
Release Date: April 18, 2017

Removing the longstanding ban on partisan political activity by charitable and philanthropic organizations presents a severe threat to the integrity and wellbeing of those organizations.

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Topic: Public Policy
Release Date: October 4, 2016

Real lives are on the line. Nonprofits that provide critical services have already had to cut back staffing and program hours.

It’s been three months since Gov. Chris Christie issued an executive order holding in reserve over $100 million that he had previously approved as part of the state budget package that he signed into law on June 30.

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Topic: Public Policy
Release Date: July 18, 2013

The Council of New Jersey Grantmakers has joined with our colleagues at the Center for Nonprofits to support a new, national campaign from GuideStar, Charity Navigator and WiseGiving of the BBB.

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