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Public Money Channeled to Pro-Marriage Efforts

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Public Money Channeled to Pro-Marriage Efforts

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Government grants are now being awarded to non-profit organizations, including religious groups, that advocate marriage. Critics say the move violates the separation of church and state. Polls continue to support President Bush's faith-based initiatives. NPR's Janet Babin reports.

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