From the Louisville Courier-Journal:

[A] nonprofit that manages halfway houses for former prison inmates [spends] nearly $200,000 a year for luxury suites at the University of Louisville’s football and basketball arenas…

Almost all of the tax-exempt, non-profit’s money is federal and state government funds.

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2 Responses to “Who’s in those luxury suites, and how do they pay for them?”

  1. Townsend Harris Says:

    Birds of a feather flock together: The University of Louisville is — first and foremost — a labor contractor for United Parcel Service, providing inexpensive, flexible, just-in-time (student) staffing for UPS’s overnight sorting operation at its Louisville hub.

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