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Nonprofits Scramble To Meet Terror Rules

When Capital Hospice, a nonprofit that provides care to about 4,000 terminally ill patients and their families in the Washington area each year, hires an employee or takes on a new volunteer, its background checks are extensive, as required by state and federal law and health care accrediting organizations. But next week, it will add one more check: screening its 600 workers and volunteers against voluminous government lists of suspected terrorists. Full Story

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