Unitarian creed not plausible enough for Texas

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Unitarian creed not plausible enough for Texas
Kansas City Star |
"Unitarian Universalists have for decades presided over births, marriages and memorials. The church operates in every state, with more than 5,000 members in Texas alone. But according to the office of Texas Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn, a Texas Unitarian church isn't really a religious organization - at least for tax purposes. Its reasoning: The organization 'does not have one system of belief.' ... Both the lower court and the Texas Supreme Court have ruled against the state's decision... Strayhorn vows to continue the legal fight to the U.S. Supreme Court, if necessary. 'Otherwise, any wannabe cult who dresses up and parades down Sixth Street on Halloween will be applying for an exemption.'"

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