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Churches, clergy and politics and the IRS

This year seems to be one that has energized church members on all sides of issues and for and against candidates. Pew Forum has a new study on politics and the pulpit reveals how often church members hear about political issues and candidates at church and from their clergy. However, there are rules from the IRS about politics and maintaining your 501c3 status (non-profit).

As the calendar turned from spring to summer and the political season transitioned from the primaries to […]

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Fuzzy logic

As the on-going scandal about the IRS’ scrutiny of conservative groups grinds on, the underlying issue–the fuzzy logic that leads to poor enforcement–is almost never discussed.

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