After failing to obtain an assurance of tax exemption through administrative means, the University instituted an action in 1971 seeking to enjoin the IRS from revoking the school's tax-exempt status.
Congress, the source of IRS authority, can modify IRS rulings it considers improper; and courts exercise review over IRS actions.The next day she did not come alone, led by his sister who was 8 years old.Marin said (the name of my girlfriend) that Masha (the name of her sister) turn gray in the living room while we’re having sex in my komnate. Marina was peerless at first she took my penis in her mouth and started sucking it, I finished it in her mouth she swallow all the sperm. This Court has long held the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to be an absolute prohibition against governmental regulation of religious beliefs, at 402-403.The governmental interest at stake here is compelling.The revised policy on discrimination was formalized in Revenue Ruling 71-447, 1971-2 Cum.
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POWELL, J., filed an opinion concurring in part and concurring in the judgment, TOP Opinion BURGER, C.
Thereafter, in July, 1970, the IRS concluded that it could "no longer legally justify allowing tax-exempt status [under § 501(c)(3)] to private schools which practice racial discrimination." IRS News Release, July 7, 1970, reprinted in App.
81-1, petitioner Goldsboro Christian Schools maintains a racially discriminatory admissions policy based upon its interpretation of the Bible, accepting for the most part only Caucasian students.
The corporation operates a school with an enrollment of approximately 5,000 students, from kindergarten through college and graduate school.
The IRS properly denied tax-exempt status to Goldsboro Christian Schools.