Closing Hospitals No Fun For Shriners

Shriners International faces a tough decision this summer because of the impact the recession has had on its donations. Its board will meet in July to vote on whether to close six of its children's hospitals around the country.

Lucy Nalpathanchil reports for member station WNPR.

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