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FILE - In a Tuesday Aug. 10 2010 file photo, Georgia gubernatorial candidate Karen Handel waves to supporters during an election-night party in Atlanta in her runoff with former Congressman Nathan Deal for the Republican nomination. According to a source with direct knowledge of decision-making at Komen headquarters in Dallas, a driving force behind Susan G. Komen for the Cure's decision this week to cut breast-screening grants to Planned Parenthood was Handel, who was hired by Komen last year as vice president for public policy after losing a campaign for governor in Georgia in which she stressed her anti-abortion views and frequently denouced Planned Parenthood. Komen's founder and CEO Nancy Brinker, in an interview with MSNBC, denied that, saying Handel didn't have a signifcant roll. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)

More trouble for Komen charity

Another high-ranking official resigned from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity on Mar. 20. Dara Richardson-Heron, CEO of Komen's New York City affiliate, announced her resignation. This comes on the heels of

Katrina McGhee's departure (chief marketing officer) a few weeks back, both women citing 'personal' reasons.