Wednesday, November 3, 2010

"Election Will Bring Changes to Congressional Oversight of Nonprofits"

The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports on the likely changes among key congressional figures with oversight responsibility for nonprofits, including the likely replacement by Senator Chuck Grassley by Senator Orrin Hatch as the ranking minority member of the Senate Finance Committee.  Senator Grassley is expected to remain on the Finance Committee, but with less budget and staff as a result of Republican limits on tenure in senior positions.  On the House side, Representative David Camp from Michigan is expected to assume chairmanship of the Ways and Means Committee, and Representative Charles Boustany Jr. of Louisiana is expected to become chairman of the Ways and Means subcommittee on oversight.

LHM

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