Bush Makes Aggressive Bid for Catholic Vote

President Bush is in Dallas to address the Knights of Columbus in Dallas, a conservative Catholic group with 1.6 million members. The visit is part of an aggressive Bush campaign effort to win Catholic voters, who make up one-quarter of the electorate. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Tom Roberts of the National Catholic Reporter.

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