Faith-Based Providers Partnering with Government: Opportunity and Temptation
Kuzma, Abigail Lawlis, Journal of Church and State
Faith-based social service providers are increasingly finding that they are eligible to apply for and receive grants or contracts from government sources but are uncertain about what strings may be attached to the funding or even if such funding is constitutionally permissible. In recent years, Congress and state governments have enacted legislation specifically inviting religious or faith-based entities to participate in public service programs that benefit the poor or disadvantaged. Local governments are also providing grants that allow faith-based groups to run mentoring and other programs that serve neighbors and thereby improve neighborhoods.l Even United States presidential …
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Publication information: Article title: Faith-Based Providers Partnering with Government: Opportunity and Temptation. Contributors: Kuzma, Abigail Lawlis - Author. Journal title: Journal of Church and State. Volume: 42. Issue: 1 Publication date: Winter 2000. Page number: 37+. © 1999 J.M. Dawson Studies in Church and State. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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