What is the Johnson Amendment?



2017-02-03T13:26:13.785Z
2017-02-03T13:26:13.785Z

What is the Johnson Amendment which President Trump has said he will end?

The Johnson Amendment is a provision in the US tax code that prevents churches from endorsing or opposing political candidates if they want to keep their non-profit tax status. President Trump said he would end the rule, which was proposed by Lyndon Johnson when a senator in 1954. It means churches cannot campaign politically.

What is the 1922 Committee and why is it called that?

What is the Conservative party's 1922 committee, and how did it get its name?

What are rules for Tory leadership contests?

How does the Conservative party leadership election work, and what is the role of the 1922 committee?

What is a vassal state?

Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg warn that the UK would become a 'vassal state' under the Brexit deal supported by Theresa May.

What did John McEnroe say about Serena Williams?

What did former tennis player John McEnroe say about Serena Williams?

Why is Salvador Dali being exhumed?

Why are they digging up artist Salvador Dali's body?

What happened with the BBC News at Ten going off air?

What made the BBC News at Ten crash?

Why is Ed Miliband doing a radio show?

Why is the former Labour leader sitting in for Jeremy Vine?

Why is Daniel Day-Lewis retiring?

Why is three-times Oscar winner actor Daniel Day-Lewis retiring?