Joe Conn

Director of Communications for Americans United for Separation of Church and State

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The IRS, which has investigated 200 organizations nationwide, has warned tax-exempt groups to stay neutral on politics.

Churches and Partisan Politicking

The IRS, which has investigated 200 organizations nationwide, has warned tax-exempt groups to stay neutral on politics.

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