Tell the Senate: Religious and Nonreligious Communities Should be Treated Equally Under the Law!

The State Senate will be voting today, May 7, 2013, on HB2446, which expands property tax exemptions for property used to further a religious mission. The bill removes the necessity for religious groups to have an IRS nonprofit determination letter in order to receive this exemption.

Determining the best way for our state to manage tax policy is a complicated process that requires consideration of many different social and economic factors—but whatever the considerations are, the resulting policies should not establish governmental systems of support that preference or endorse religion or nonreligion.

Click HERE to write to your Senator before the floor session convenes today at 1 p.m., and ask that religious and nonreligious communities be treated equally under tax law!


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