The newly constituted Roberts Court gets its first opportunity to wade into the politically sensitive area of church-state separation in a case involving President Bush’s controversial Faith-Based and Community Initiative.

The arguments that U.S. Supreme Court justices will hear on Wednesday will not focus on the merits of the broad constitutional attack leveled in 2004 against the White House program, an initiative designed to increase religious groups’ involvement in providing social services.

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