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Don't stop donating to the UM medical system because of problems with its board

Don't stop donating to the UM medical system because of problems with its board

In 1992, after news reports detailed United Way president William Aramony’s lavish lifestyle and questionable financial practices, fundraisers for local United Way chapters found they had to convince potential donors that they shouldn’t punish needy local nonprofits for the financial mess at headquarters. For those on the fence about giving, the Aramony story made it all too easy to say “no.” I fear the same thing might happen now, given the revelations about the dealings of some board members at the University of Maryland Medical System (“Maryland Senate...

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