Clergy Coalition Asks Court to Reject Atheist Lawsuit Against IRS Housing Allowance
December 14, 2016
A small group of clergy have filed a motion to intervene, requesting a district court to dismiss a lawsuit by an atheist organization seeking to have the Internal Revenue Service quit providing a housing allowance for clergy.
Earlier this year, the Madison, Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a lawsuit against U.S. Treasury Department Secretary Jacob Lew and IRS Commissioner John Koskinen over the clergy housing allowance.
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