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A Rabbi Defends the Johnson Amendment

The Atlantic
The Johnson amendment, named for then Senator Lyndon Johnson, prohibits tax-exempt organizations from supporting political candidates. As a Rabbi, I pray – quite literally – that it is not repealed. I lead a politically diverse (not to say 'divided ...

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'Destroy' the Johnson Amendment? Trump's rhetoric meets reality

Crux: Covering all things Catholic
Lyndon Johnson led a successful effort to have ambiguities in the tax law clarified with legislation explicitly stating that nonprofits, including religious groups, could not engage in partisan campaigning without losing their tax-exempt status. “The ...



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Johnson Amendment limits free speech

DesMoinesRegister.com
The Feb. 11 Register editorial regarding the Johnson amendment, named after Lyndon B. Johnson, deserves some additional comment. The amendment, a 1954 provision in the tax code, allows the IRS to police the speech of nonprofits, including churches.

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Analysts Weigh In on Trump's Call to Repeal Johnson Amendment

Voice of America
The Johnson Amendment was a change to the tax code introduced by then-Senator Lyndon B. Johnson in 1954 in an effort to disempower two secular, tax-exempt nonprofit groups that were spending big money to block his re-election. The amended tax law ...



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