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Tracking The Health Of The American Family

NC Family president John Rustin talks with Dr. Patrick Fagan, Director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute (MARRI) at the Family Research Council in Washington, DC, about the new “Annual Report on Family Trends,” which examines the current state of the American family based on its behavior in five of society’s most important institutions.

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Started in 1999, Family Policy Matters is a 15-minute show featuring interviews with national, state, and local experts on a wide range of policy issues important to North Carolina families. Hosts are John L. Rustin, President of NC Family and Thomas Graham, Pastor Outreach Coordinator for NC Family.
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