U.S. State Issues
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California Considering Diversity Disclosure for Foundations
(Feb. 11, 2008) The California Assembly has passed legislation that would require foundations with more than $250 million in assets to disclose ethnic, gender and sexual orientation information about their boards of directors and their grant and contract recipients.
States Seeking to Protect Donor Privacy as Anonymous Gifts Increase
(Jan. 21, 2008) Anonymous giving is suddenly in the spotlight as a new study shows an increase in major gifts made anonymously, while several states are moving to protect donor privacy.
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