Colorado Program Tests Church-State Divide A church-run social service program for welfare mothers in Colorado is being held up as an example of what can be accomplished through the faith-based initiatives supported by President Bush. While the program is successful, it raises questions about the relationship between church and state. NPR's Daniel Zwerdling reports.
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Colorado Program Tests Church-State Divide

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A church-run social service program for welfare mothers in Colorado is being held up as an example of what can be accomplished through the faith-based initiatives supported by President Bush. While the program is successful, it raises questions about the relationship between church and state. NPR's Daniel Zwerdling reports.