A private college in the Minneapolis- St. Paul area is the belle of the local nonprofit ball. Many Twin Cities business executives, public officials, and other urban elites regard the college highly and support it amply. Nonprofit leaders share with it their information, personnel, clients, and facilities. And although it hasn’t grown spectacularly, its budget has expanded steadily over the past decades.
Meanwhile, in an outlying Twin Cities suburb, an alcohol abuse program is more of a...
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