Next target in same-sex marriage battle: Christian schools' tax exempt status
July 21, 2015
WASHINGTON (Christian Examiner) -- Christian schools and other non-profit religious organizations opposed to same-sex marriage are in danger of losing their tax-exempt status if Congress fails to act and stop the IRS, according to a coalition of 15 state attorneys general who say the Obama administration's top lawyer conceded the point during Supreme Court oral arguments this year.
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