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What Does it Mean to You? (Church & State) #760159

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 19, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Special Eye on America series focusing on key issues in the presidential election continued.

(Winona, Minnesota: Byron Pitts) The positions of President Bush and Senator John Kerry on letting selected religious groups use taxpayer money to provide social services compared; details given of the presidential executive order encouraging agencies to give more money to faith-based groups doing social work. [Rock Solid Youth Center Greg MOSER†- comments on his application for a government grant to run his youth center.] [Interfaith Alliance Rev. C. Welton GADDY†- opposes federal funding of the advancement of faith.] [BUSH – calls for welcoming faith programs.] [KERRY – speaks about the Constitution & civil rights laws.]

Rather, Dan;
Pitts, Byron

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