Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Where are the Staunch Church-State Separationists now?

At $21,000 for a 30-day stay, the University of Colorado's new addiction-recovery center likely will attract more lawyers, executives and doctors than working-class folks.

"We talk about spirituality, about a power greater than themselves. They begin not seeing the center of the universe as themselves." (Dr. Franklin Lisnow, CeDAR's executive director)

"Patients, not insurers, likely to pay for CU's addiction clinic"

Rocky Mtn News 7/27/05

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