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The American Red Cross will join a new national database for charities, which was developed by the New York attorney general. Because of privacy concerns, the American Red Cross had previously declined to participate in the system. Noah Adams talks with Dr. John Clizbe, vice president for disaster services about the reasons for the change.

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