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So you want to pass a bill? In many states, January marks the beginning of the legislative session, and advocacy groups are gearing up to rattle the cages at the state Capitol. So: whether it’s clean water, the death penalty, or a child welfare law, advocacy organizations would do well to prepare their communications –online […]

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5 Shining Stars that CT Nonprofits Should be Thankful For

by Carol Buckheit on November 23, 2010

With apologies to you vegetarians out there, it’s time to talk turkey this Thanksgiving week, and I’m giving up a favored drumstick to these folks who make the lives of Connecticut nonprofit organizations much, much easier.   CT Mirror: The Mirror is approaching its first birthday in January, and what a year it has been […]

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Last week, I had a cup of coffee with one of my favorite newspaper reporters. She’s been at it over 20 years for one of the major dailies in the state, and is still happy to sit down with local community folks despite the hits taken by the newspaper industry in recent years. (Translation: she […]

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