Charities and Nonprofit Organizations: What You Get when You Give : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies, and Business Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, on Abuses in Charitable Gift Giving by Not-for-profit Organizations as Well as For-profit Organizations Working on Behalf of Not-for-profits, December 15, 1989

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Page 73 - voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives from cancer, and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education and service. To
Page 92 - acted to protect older persons against certain types of deceptive mailings. The 100th Congress enacted legislation, as part of the Medicare Catastrophic Care Act, which prohibits misleading mailings that use words or symbols associated with the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA). (This section of the Catastrophic legislation was not repealed.) In the 101st Congress
Page 87 - on the outside covering or envelope stating that this is not a government document. In addition, the first page of all such mailings must say in large type that this product has not been approved or endorsed by the Federal Government, and this offer is not being made by an agency of the Federal Government.
Page 106 - two equally important purposes. First, the registration material and financial reports are available to the public. Potential donors may refer to them for information that will aid in the gift-giving decision. Second, State law enforcement agencies may use the information and investigatory authority to detect and prosecute illegal conduct.
Page 110 - are designed to serve two equally important purposes. First, the registration material and financial reports are available to the public. Potential donors may refer to them for information that will aid in the gift-giving decision. Second, state law enforcement agencies may use the information
Page 76 - are conducted in accordance with a detailed annual budget prepared and approved at the beginning of the year, with such current changes as may be authorized by the Board of Directors. At the year's close an audit is made by an independent certified public accountant,
Page 72 - For further information, contact: John H. Madigan, Jr. American Cancer Society 316 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE Suite 200 Washington, DC 20003 (202) 546-4011 Good Morning, Mr. Chairman.
Page 88 - follows:] AARP STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS BEFORE THE UNITED STATES SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE ON ANTITRUST, MONOPOLIES AND BUSINESS RIGHTS of the
Page 111 - Secretary of State of Maryland v. Joseph H. Munson Co., 467 US 947, 104 S. Ct. 2839 (1984).
Page 105 - my name is Clarine Nardi Riddle and I am the attorney general of the State of Connecticut. I am also Chair of the Charitable Trusts and Solicitations Subcommittee of the National Association of Attorneys General.

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