Repeal of tax on churches appears to fail in Congress
December 28, 2018
The House voted 220-183 in a nearly party-line vote for a bill that included repeal of a 2017 tax cut’s provision – Section 512(a)(7) – that required houses of worship and nonprofit organizations to pay a 21 percent tax on such employee benefits as parking and transportation. Only Republicans voted in favor of the proposal, and all but three of those opposing the legislation were Democrats.
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