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News Brief

April 11, 2001
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Most Americans support President Bush’s plan to fund faith-based charities, but they have reservations about government involvement in religion, according to a poll. The poll, co-sponsored by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, also found that most respondents do not think religious groups outside the Judeo-Christian tradition, such as Muslims and Buddhists, should get funds.

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