Watch for Updates

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals rendered its decision in the case, for a second time, on March 15, 2019; reversing, for the second time, Judge Crabb’s decision that IRC 107 was UNconstitutional.

Maybe this time, Annie Gaylor, of the FFRF, will ask the U.S. Supreme Court for a review.

Maybe not.

The Court’s Decision

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It is too early to tell whether or not Annie (the FFRF) will ask for an “en banc” review of the case or appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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LATER

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The FFRF Response

https://ffrf.org/news/news-releases/item/34365-7th-circuit-blesses-clergy-housing-allowance-rules-against-ffrf

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Editorial Blog by Hemant Mehta

https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2019/03/15/appeals-court-tax-free-housing-for-faith-leaders-but-not-atheists-is-legal/

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A Little Background on the Case

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Forbes.com contributor Peter J. Reilly has probably reported on this case more than any other; posting maybe 50 or so articles on the Forbes.com website which is searchable for those so inclined.  Here is a link to just of his more recent articles about the case, followed by a graphic of the article.

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https://www.forbes.com/sites/peterjreilly/2018/05/18/a-christian-not-an-atheist-sparked-lawsuit-on-clergy-tax-free-housing-allowances/#32963d4a4710

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Related Articles on This Website

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http://kehvrlb.com/chodorow-aprill-on-irc-107

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http://kehvrlb.com/annie-gaylor-me-irc-107

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