Kent Ingram, senior minister of First United Methodist Church, one of Colorado Springs’ first churches, founded in 1871, said he supports the Johnson Amendment and tries to stay nonpartisan.
Kent Ingram, senior minister of First United Methodist Church, one of Colorado Springs’ first churches, founded in 1871, said he supports the Johnson Amendment and tries to stay nonpartisan.

Nonprofits, including places of worship, were on the cusp last week of being able to endorse political candidates while maintaining their 501(c)3 nonprofit status. The Johnson Amendment, created in 1954 to prevent tax-exempt nonprofits from becoming involved in partisan politics, was facing repeal due to language in the House’s new GOP tax bill. The Senate, […]

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