Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C. says a provision in the House Republican tax bill to repeal the Johnson Amendment, a tax measure that curbs the political activity of houses of worship and other non-profits, doesn’t go far enough. Jones has been a long-time advocate for a full repeal of the amendment.
Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C. says a provision in the House Republican tax bill to repeal the Johnson Amendment, a tax measure that curbs the political activity of houses of worship and other non-profits, doesn’t go far enough. Jones has been a long-time advocate for a full repeal of the amendment. Andrew Harnik AP
Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C. says a provision in the House Republican tax bill to repeal the Johnson Amendment, a tax measure that curbs the political activity of houses of worship and other non-profits, doesn’t go far enough. Jones has been a long-time advocate for a full repeal of the amendment. Andrew Harnik AP

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