Changing nature of churches brings taxes

With expansion-minded churches managing real-estate portfolios, sports centers and even shopping malls, religious leaders are increasingly getting unwelcome visits from tax collectors.

That bothers some religious scholars. "When you have a taxing authority trying to decide what's your ministry and what's not, I see a problem here," says James E. Vaughn, a law professor at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.

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