Should churches be permitted to endorse political candidates? | The Tylt
The Johnson Amendment has prohibited churches and other non-profits from advocating for or against political candidates since 1954. But Donald Trump just vowed to "totally destroy" the amendment at the National Prayer Breakfast. Religious groups say the amendment violates their freedom of expression. Supporters argue it maintains separation of church and state, and that taxpayers shouldn't have to subsidize political speech from tax-exempt groups. What do you think? ⛪ 🇺🇸
Should churches be permitted to endorse political candidates?
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