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Marijuana Church In Indianapolis Receives Tax Exempt Status From IRS

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Marijuana Church In Indianapolis Receives Tax Exempt Status From IRS

Even though pot is still illegal there. IRS turning into pot heads?

Via Washington Times:

The IRS has incorporated an Indianapolis marijuana-smoking church as a tax-exempt religious organization.

 

Bill Levin, founder of the First Church of Cannabis in Indianapolis, was notified of the approval last week, which will now allow donors to deduct contributions on their taxes, the CNHI Indiana Statehouse Bureau reported Saturday. IRS documents provided by Mr. Levin confirmed the agency’s approval, CNHI said.

 

“Somebody at the IRS loves us because we got it back in less than 30 days,” Mr. Levin told Tax Analysts’ David van den Berg. More

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