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He suggested that R&DE(E) should work jointly with the Corps-of Engineers to put in place a system of canals which,info- and eco-technologies.and that is what I enjoy the most, says classical Indian violinistJohar Ali Khan The son and disciple of late Ustad Gohar Ali Khan of the Patiala Gharana of RampurKhan carries forth a tradition that he says is replete with emotions Which is why he took out time from his jampacked schedule to answer a call from Spic Macayan organisation that works towards preservation of Indian culture and heritageto perform at their upcoming concerts I never say no to a performance for children? ?carried placards and made a human chain to raise the issue of saving trees. People hugged trees, The decision was taken after a heavy rush of applicants on the last day of registrations, a House Appropriations subcommittee added a provision that would deny money to the IRS to enforce the 63-year-old law to a bill to fund the Treasury Department, D-Mass. recalled a speech that President John F Kennedy gave to religious leaders when he was running for president “He said the pope wouldn’t tell him what to do and the people in that audience shouldn’t be telling people on Sunday morning who to vote for” Neal said “I don’t think churches should be endorsing” Many nonprofit groups want to avoid politics In April 4500 nonprofit groups signed onto a letter to congressional leaders asking them to preserve the law The law prohibits tax-exempt charitable organizations such as churches from participating directly or indirectly in any political campaign to support or oppose a candidate If the IRS determines that a group has violated the law it can revoke its tax-exempt status The law doesn’t stop religious groups from weighing in on public policy or organizing in ways that may benefit one side in a campaign The bill specifically forbids the IRS from spending money to enforce the law against “a church or a convention or association of churches” unless the IRS commissioner signs off on it and notifies Congress The bill doesn’t mention other types of nonprofit groups or even synagogues or mosques said Nick Little of the Center for Inquiry which promotes secularism “All they care about is the Christian groups and in particular it will end up as the extreme religious right Christian groups” Little said “If this goes through this would add just another way in which unregulated dark money could be used” Religious leaders have been weighing in on political issues for generations whether it’s the debate over abortion or advocating for the poor But periodically the IRS has stepped in when religious leaders explicitly endorse or oppose candidates The law is called the Johnson Amendment after former President Lyndon Johnson who introduced it in 1954 when he was a Democratic senator from Texas Johnson was upset because a few nonprofit groups attacked him as a communist in a Senate campaign The law was signed by a Republican president — Dwight Eisenhower — but Republicans have been attacking it in recent years House Republicans have pledged to repeal the law as part of a tax overhaul President Donald Trump signed an executive order in May discouraging the IRS from enforcing the law Rep Pat Tiberi R-Ohio says the law has been enforced unevenly “Some churches including my own have been very concerned about appearing political in any way shape or form” Tiberi said “Churches I went to that were primarily in Democrat areas that I would go to because I had a Democrat district the local candidates on the Sunday mornings before the election would be introduced would speak from the pulpit about the campaign and why the congregation should vote for them” The full Appropriations Committee will consider the measure after the July 4th congressional recess For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News reports Khaama Press.

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