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Lawmakers Push For $30 Million In State Taxes To Secure Religious Sites, Nonprofits

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Lawmakers Push For $30 Million In State Taxes To Secure Religious Sites, Nonprofits

Lawmakers Push For $30 Million In State Taxes To Secure Religious Sites, Nonprofits

From Sri Lanka to California, the recent rash of violent attacks on worship sites is prompting reaction from local lawmakers and faith leaders, who are seeking up to $30 million in state tax money to secure religious sites. 

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