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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Tax breaks for the witch

The ACLU (go team!) has filed a lawsuit to expand a tax credit for the Bible to other religion's holy texts, including 'A Witch's Bible' used by some Wiccans. From The Associated Press:

Acting on behalf of a seller of spiritual books, the American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit arguing that a Georgia law exempting the Bible from sale taxes is discriminatory and should be extended to all publications dealing with the meaning of life. "If they're not taxing someone's holy scriptures, they shouldn't be taxing anyone's," said Candace Apple, who owns the Phoenix and Dragon Bookstore in the Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs. "I'm not willing to stand at the counter and tell someone, `Oh, sorry, your religion is wrong.'"

1 Comments:

Blogger Sherm said...

Well, that is some very good and spooky news indeed! I really need to start donating to the ACLU... I keep meaning to be just haven't done it yet. Now may be a good time to start!

11/18/2005 04:16:00 PM  

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