The US Supreme Court will hear a case centering on religion, which was filed by a Wisconsin-based group. That group is the Freedom From Religion Foundation and the case is about how the White House can spend general money not approved by Congress. The Foundation's Annie Laurie Gaylor says the lawsuit was narrow, because it challenged President Bush's creation of the office of Faith-based initiatives.
Gaylor says her group opposes any public money being spent on religious groups with careful guidelines. But the case the justices will hear has to do with the President's authority to spend taxpayers' money without any taxpayer input. Gaylor says the Bush Administration basically said it can do anything it wants to because it's above the courts.
The high court will hear arguments in February.