The Trump administration announced houses of worship damaged during natural disasters will be able to receive funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Some claim this rule change violates the separation of church and state, and if churches wish to receive federal funds, they ought to pay taxes like everyone else. Others argue religious institutions maintain tax-exempt status because they provide charitable services to their communities. What do you think? ⛪ 💸
Should U.S. churches have to pay taxes?
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