Skip to comments.California bill targets tax-exempt status for ‘discriminatory’ youth groups
Posted on 08/26/2013 9:30:34 PM PDT by Nachum
A California bill that could strip tax-exempt status from the Boy Scouts of America and other discriminatory nonprofit youth-serving groups could come up for a final vote this week. The first-of-its-kind bill, SB 323, passed the California Senate and sailed through Assembly committees to a floor vote, possibly this week. But opponents are taking heart that there might not be enough votes in the state Assembly to pass the bill. The chamber did not consider the bill in its Monday session, but may take it up when it convenes Friday. The bill, introduced by State Sen. Ricardo Lara, names the
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My state is bad enough, but California is run by pure dee a-holes.
I think California is doing anything it can to get more taxes since its policies are driving businesses away.
Funny opponents think there might not be enough votes to pass the bill. Who is opposing it the Democrat controlled legislature I don’t think so.
The democrats own California at least the government.
How’s that compromise with fags working out for you, Boy Scouts?
Indeed. Well said. They shall reap what they sow.
How about the Crips and the Bloods, or don’t they count?
It’s California. The Boy Scouts should vacate the premises anyway.
Freedom of association only applies if you don’t want to associate with Republicans, Christians or men.
Oddly’ there is a Ca state law forcing public buildings to give scouts the same price and availability as any other group.