Nonprofits

Governor Cuomo in Albany on Tuesday presenting the 2021 fiscal year budget.
Human services funding remains largely consistent in the executive budget, though nonprofit nursing home providers may get squeezed.
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State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery’s bill would raise the evidence threshold for cases of child neglect.
What New York nonprofits should watch this upcoming legislative session.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo vetoed a bill that would have changed how the state handles allegations of child neglect.
Advocates will renew the fight to increase the burden of proof needed to substantiate child neglect cases in 2020.
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Karen Franz, Cathleen Collins and state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi.
Five distinguished women working in the nonprofit sector.
Influential List Gallery
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The Administration for Children’s Services commissioner explains the latest in child welfare.
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The most influential people in the nonprofit sector.
Influential List Gallery
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Letitia James, Sean Patrick Maloney and Donald Trump
The emphasis is on Trump, with few details on regulating a $150 billion sector.
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Radio with money coming out
How public is New York Public Radio?
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An asylum-seeking migrant from Central America holds a child while peering through the border wall in Tijuana, Mexico.
The federal government is placing newly unaccompanied minors in residential programs.
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Holocaust Remembrance Day at the United Nations General Assembly in January, 2018.
New York City is home to nearly 45,000 survivors, almost half of whom live at or below the poverty line.
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