City Under Fire for Requiring Church 'Business Licenses'
March 10, 2015
Lake Worth, Florida, is under fire after city officials sent notices to churches requiring them to have a business license.
Reports indicate the city sent an undercover investigator to spy on the congregation at Common Ground Church. The church owns and operates a coffee house in downtown Lake Worth and has been using the coffee house for its services for the past three months.
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