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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Unholy Bedfellows: Political-Religious Boundaries

  • Aired: 09/01/2000
  • 10:05
  • Rating: NR
According to IRS regulations, churches and other religious tax-exempt groups cannot get involved in the political campaigns of candidates — no organizational endorsements, no campaign donations, and no fund raising for individual candidates. But even the IRS admits what’s permissible can depend on the individual facts and circumstances in every case.
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What is the proper place for religion in a politcal campaign?
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