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February 29 - March 4, 2016

A judge recently said Answers in Genesis, a non-profit Christian group that is building a replica of Noah’s Ark in Kentucky, could collect sales tax incentives worth millions. Should religious groups like this be allowed to collect sales tax incentives?


A judge recently said Answers in Genesis, a non-profit Christian group that is building a replica of Noah’s Ark in Kentucky, could collect sales tax incentives worth millions. Should religious groups like this be allowed to collect sales tax incentives?

Answers Votes
Yes. This is a business that is no different from any other business, so it should be eligible. 51%
Yes. All entities regardless of their political, ethical or religious affiliation should be able to collect without question. 11%
No. The tax was made for businesses, and this is a ministry. 24%
No. Tax incentives such as these undercut the free enterprise system and no business—regardless of what they sell—should be able to collect sales tax incentives. 13%


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