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January 6, 2014
A "dubious distinction": MI nonprofit for law enforcement lands on attorney general's national list of worst charities for second time in a row.
"A small Troy charity has once again won the top spot on an attorney general’s list of the nation’s worst charities — a feat accomplished by collecting millions and giving away thousands over three years. 'You have to work pretty hard — or maybe not work hard — to make the top of the list twice,' said Elizabeth Grant, an Oregon assistant attorney general in the charity section. In 2010, the Law Enforcement Education Program landed on Missouri’s top 10 list of bad charities. Michigan’s attorney general does not rank or rate charities." -- Laura Berman, the Detroit News