It wasn’t just Tea Party groups that the IRS harassed, delayed, and audited. Some religious groups were too, including some that already had the non-profit exemption. See the list after the jump.
From the Religious News Service. (The links are to the specific charges the groups are making against their treatment at the hands of the IRS and are worth following.)
Biblical Recorder, the North Carolina Baptist news journal that published a 2012 interview with Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy in which he said he was “guilty as charged” when asked about his support of the “traditional family.” The paper also supported the North Carolina marriage amendment. The IRS completed an audit of the news journal on May 9.