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Faith groups urge cuts to AIDS fund

Allege opposition to Christian efforts

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / December 1, 2006

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LAKE FOREST, Calif. -- Some leading Christian conservatives, angry over the Global Fund to Fight AIDS's promotion of condoms and its perceived lack of support for faith-based programs, are pushing Congress to cut US support for the AIDS initiative, which was initiated by President Bush in a Rose Garden ceremony five years ago with a $200 million commitment. (Full article: 1061 words)

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