Jun 5, 2014
Fraud case: Excelsior homebuilders stiffed clients, firms for years
At least $1.2 million in fees that five homeowners and a worship center forked over to luxury homebuilders Keith Waters and Carter Siverson never made it to the subcontractors it was intended for.
Left, right join to seek GOP support for gays at work
An unlikely coalition aiming to expand workplace protections for gay and lesbian employees is seeking support from a small group of Republican congressmen, including Minnesotan Erik Paulsen.
GOP lawmakers: Radel's time is short
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Federal Court Removes Tax-Exempt Housing Allowances for Clergy
In response to a lawsuit by the Freedom From Religion Foundation challenging federal income tax exemptions received by "ministers of the gospel" US District Judge Barbara Crabb ruled on Friday that the exemptions were unconstitutional.
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Judge strikes down clergy tax-free...
A federal judge has struck down a law that gives clergy tax-free housing allowances in a decision that could have far-reaching financial ramifications for pastors across the U.S. In her decision Friday, U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb in Wisconsin wrote that the exemption "provides a benefit to religious persons and no one else, even though doing ... (more)