What Would Repeal of the Johnson Amendment Really Do for Pastors and Churches? .

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It’s unclear what this will do in the long run for churches. (Jake Guild via Flickr )

House Republicans are hoping to restore the free speech rights of churches and nonprofits through their newly unveiled tax plan. But, as the language stands now, some say it does not do much to repeal the Johnson Amendment.

Observers and experts on tax law who’ve read the new language on the Johnson Amendment believe it’s ambiguous and only protects churches rather than all 501(c)(3)s.

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