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Community members hold signs encouraging participation in the 2020 Census at a rally in New York City.
The city officially kicked off its outreach campaign that relies on partnerships with nonprofits.
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Policeman watching in a subway station in New York City.
The attorney general threatened to take legal action if police are targeting people of color when committing fare evasion arrests.
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The Internal Revenue Service headquarters in Washington D.C.
The underfunded and understaffed agency said cracking down on those organizations would be a resource-intensive process.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivers his 2020 State of the State Address in Albany.
Foster care providers see wins in the governor's agenda, but other nonprofits are less pleased.
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New York state capitol at sunset.
The law is expected to come under the hot seat during this year's state legislative session.
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People hold signs protesting hate at No Hate, No Fear Jewish Solidarity March on Jan. 5 in New York.
Elected officials at the rally called for greater security for religious institutions
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Woman sits with notepad in front of a father, small child and mother.
Nonprofits still have questions about how they will deliver their contracts for prevention services.
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U.S. Capitol
The state is expected to get more than $100 million total to transition to family-based foster care and continue New York City's child welfare intiative.
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David Rivel, CEO of The Jewish Board
A look back at the transitions leaders announced this past year
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The state Capitol in Albany, N.Y.
Organizations face declining services, increased waitlists and stagnant salaries without the support, advocates say.
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