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Bush Administration programs such as Access to Recovery (ATR) have been designed to incorporate faith-based and other "nontraditional" social service providers into the federal grantmaking process, without shutting off the usual recipients' access to funds. But recent reports indicate that many believe the Administration's priorities have shifted too much toward the faith community and other groups that support the Administration's stance on social issues.
Several developments indicate that controversy over the administration's grantmaking priorities shows no sign of abating:
* A March 22 Washington Post article stated that millions of dollars in public …