How Repealing the Johnson Amendment Would Change Churches and Charities

How Repealing the Johnson Amendment Would Change Churches and Charities

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The provision also could be bad news for a lot of charities and nonprofits who have built their organizations and reputations on rising above partisan politics.

"Charities and foundations have worked for years, decades and centuries to build the public's trust," Tim Delaney, president of the National Council of Nonprofits, told the Wall Street Journal, "and we don't want to be dragged down by toxic partisanship."

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