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In Depth (The Fleecing of America: Charities) #722134

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 2003
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Don Lemon) Decreasing support for charities due to questionable practices in some major cases examined; details given about problems with local offices of United Way. [Charity donors Jill & Mark ROTHSTEIN‡- question where their money is going.] [Brookings Institution public service analyst Paul LIGHT†- says bad stories have an influence on the public’s confidence in charities.] [United Way of America president Brian GALLAGHER†- says it’s human nature that people will steal.] [Nonprofit advocate Peter SHIRAS†- says the vast majority of charities are doing a great job.]

Williams, Brian;
Lemon, Don

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