Faith-based In Cleveland

From member station WCPN, Karen Schaefer reports on President Bush's visit today to a Cleveland soup kitchen that's run by a Catholic parish. Some faith-based charity organizations hope the president's funding initiative will help reduce costs and expand local programs. Critics say the president is blurring the line between church and state.

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