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  1. In a word: sorta. When religious groups enter the public square either commercially or through public subsidy, they should be bound by the same equal treatment laws as any other privately-held enterprise.Churches are greedy–they want their tax-exempt status & related benefits, but they also want to break the law by discriminating, endorsing candidates/bills, and conducting other political activities. They should have to organize according to their actual activities, not their perceived goals.

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  2. Now, Rob, what churches do you know what really do what you listed in the second paragraph? Surely they wouldn't break the law?I believe that the worse thing a church can do, well, among the worse things, is to take money from the government. You are right, when they start to take public money, then they should answer to public laws. Again, this is why I am against the faith based office, of any administration.

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