The Pa. Attorney General has tried to fix Hershey Trust for years. Will this probe be different?

July 12, 2016
The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Mark Pacella, the state’s watchdog over nonprofits, has spent about half his 29-year career at the Attorney General’s Office seeking reforms at the Hershey Trust for impoverished children.


“My experience with Mark and other people in that office is that they try to make sure charity operators fulfill their purpose without being vindictive against the boards and directors who may have not done what they should,” said Don Kramer, a lawyer with Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads L.L.P.

As for Hershey, Kramer said: “It’s politics.”


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