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Weekend Journal (Supreme Court: Church and State) #852800

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 24, 2007
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) The Supreme Court's consideration of federal support for faith-based social programs previewed; details given about President Bush's initiative to allow religious groups access to federal funding and the legal challenges to this funding. [March 9, 2006, President BUSH - speaks about community initiatives; defends faith-based programs.] [Freedom from Religion Foundation Annie Laurie GAYLOR†- says we are challenging the faith-based programs and bureaucracies.] [American Center for Law and Justice counsel Jay SEKULOW†- supports the government funding.]
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