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State Can’t Force Energy Foundation
To Contribute $125 Million for State Programs
Lofty Constitutional arguments boil down
to question of whose organization is it?
Full Article (free)
Zoning Law Permitting Clubs, Not Churches,
Violates Federal Religious Land Use Law
Court upholds constitutionality of statute that prohibits
treating religious groups on “less than equal terms” with others
Court Refuses to Terminate Spendthrift Trust
But Advances $3 Million of Charitable Remainder
Life income beneficiaries and charity can’t divvy up fund
when bank trustee objects to the termination
Want to promote a new
Kramer to talk on accountability
Thursday with the Editor, June 24, 1:00 ET
To the Point
We are a new charity that has not received any grants or other cash donations yet, but have received in-kind services. Do we still have to file a Form 990?
Lessons from Litigation
- Former pastor sentenced to jail for refusing to leave church
- Recognizing disabled client’s right to decide is not a judicial admission of negligence
- How much evidence do you need?
Tax Matters Full Article
- Government Initiates Appeal process in St. David's Hospital case
- IRS will include churches in review of high income employees
- Residential portion of parish house is not exempt as purely public charity
Employment Law Full Article
- Employer may compel arbitration of claim that employees obtained improper terminations
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