NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports that the Catholic Bishops' Conference has created a review board to make sure churches follow new sex abuse policies. But the board has no representatives from victims' advocacy groups, and abuse survivors and reform groups say it's too closely aligned with the church to be effective.
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