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Governor Creates Task Force to Grill Not-for-Profits

The New York Times online reported yesterday afternoon:

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Wednesday the creation of a task force to investigate executive compensation at nonprofit organizations that receive taxpayer subsidies from the state.

The governor said the organizations had "a special obligation to the taxpayers that support them."

"Executives at these not-for-profits should be using the taxpayer dollars they receive to help New Yorkers, not to line their own pockets," Mr. Cuomo said.

An article in The New York Times on Tuesday highlighted salaries at nonprofit organizations that provide Medicaid-financed services to developmentally disabled New Yorkers.

Read the full article on the New York Times website. For additional information, see the Tuesday article referenced in this snippet.

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