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Like what? I always hear how much religious institutions do for the community, but I never hear the specifics - don't think you can get away with this smoke-and-mirrors stuff in the capital of smoke-and-mirrors.

If you can answer the question above, then my followups would be, do these services outweigh the tax-exempt status of religious institutions, and the subsidies they thereby enjoy? Does the opportunity cost of having a non-taxpaying religious institution outweigh the other options for land use?

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by MJB on Dec 6, 2012 10:33 am • linkreport

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