USDA Invests in the Food Supply Chain Across States

Grants will enhance local food systems and resilience as seven additional states join the initiative. Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has granted…

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HUD Awards $39 Million for Low-Income Home Hazard Identification

Funding to go to 23 organizations in 15 states. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $39 million to 23 organizations and governmental programs focused on…

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USDA Appoints New Advisory Committee Members for Minority Farmers

The 15 members have been appointed to serve a two-year term. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) appointed 15 new members to their Advisory Committee on Minority Farmers,…

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Advocacy Groups Urge DOJ to Rescind “Safe Harbor” Merger Policy

The policy offers protection from prosecution to companies that self-report misconduct. Attorney General Merrick Garland received a letter this week from 14 nonprofits and lobbying groups. They urge…

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Social Security and SSI to Increase Only 3.2% Next Year

The cost of living increase significantly less than the previous fiscal year. Social Security will increase their Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits by 3.2 percent for the 2024…

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House Judiciary Chair Subpoenas Watchdog Organization

The Center for Countering Digital Hate continues to avoid providing communications. The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, issued a subpoena to the…

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VA Proposes to End Veteran Homelessness 

Funding is being allotted to housing, legal services, and employment training programs. The Veterans Administration has announced a number of actions being proposed to reduce homelessness among the…

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Foundation Files to Stop FTC Investigation into Funding Use

The organization claims the federal agency has no jurisdiction over nonprofits. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been investigating the Childhood Leukemia Foundation (CLF) regarding its use of…

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States are Passing Legislation to Help Veterans

Illinois, Maryland, and Pennsylvania have measures to assist with such things as business loans, nonprofit fundraising, and tax relief. State governors and legislatures are approving laws that provide…

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DOE Accepting Public Comments for First Agency Nonprofit

Developing the department’s Foundation for Energy Security and Innovation. The Department of Energy published a request for information to receive public input on the development of their first-ever…

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