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‘American Red Cross Sunshine Act’ Would Open Charity to Outside Scrutiny

Federal legislation is being unveiled today that would force the American Red Cross to do something that it has repeatedly resisted: open its books and operations to outside scrutiny.Pharma Compliance Digital CRM Marketing Transparence DMOS red cross ‘American Red Cross Sunshine Act’ Would Open Charity to Outside Scrutiny
The proposed American Red Cross Sunshine Act comes in response to a government report, also being released today, that finds oversight of the charity lacking and recommends Congress find a way to fill the gap.
Though the Red Cross has a government-mandated role responding to disasters, “no regular, independent evaluations are conducted of the impact or effectiveness of the Red Cross’s disaster services,” the Government Accountability Office report found.

To read the article by Justin Elliott, ProPublica, and Laura Sullivan, NPR

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