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Eight Forty-Eight 02.16.12

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At first, it looked like Catholic bishops might agree to President Barack Obama's compromise on birth control coverage, but now they're mounting a serious opposition campaign. Patrick Cacchione, the executive director of the Illinois Catholic Health Association, explains why his members side with the bishops. Cristina Traina, a professor of religious studies at Northwestern University, examines the spectrum of Catholic opinion. Call 312.923.9239 to join the conversation. And, to mark Black History Month, WBEZ music buffs Tony Sarabia and Richard Steele surprise each other--and listeners--with more deep cuts from African-American musicians.

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