O'Donnell: 'Where in the constitution is separation of church and state?'
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O'Donnell: 'Where in the constitution is separation of church and state?'

In a senate debate with Democratic nominee Chris Coons on Tuesday, Republican Senate nominee Christine O'Donnell of Delaware questioned whether the U.S. Constitution calls for a separation of church and state. (Audio courtesy of WDEL Radio/Photo: AP)

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