Considering the Child Welfare Record of Mike Leavitt

President Bush praises Mike Leavitt, his nominee to head the HHS, for improving child welfare services during his tenure as governor of Utah. The president's praise for Leavitt's record is not universally shared in Utah, or among some national children's advocates. Hear NPR's Howard Berkes.

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