As a U.S. senator, Lyndon B. Johnson pushed through provision in the tax code prohibits tax-exempt organizations from openly supporting political candidates.
As a U.S. senator, Lyndon B. Johnson pushed through provision in the tax code prohibits tax-exempt organizations from openly supporting political candidates. Associated Press
As a U.S. senator, Lyndon B. Johnson pushed through provision in the tax code prohibits tax-exempt organizations from openly supporting political candidates. Associated Press

Keep politics out of the pulpit — it’s an economics issue

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