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September 2012 |
Tax-exempt status regained
The Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Washington, D.C.-based national civil rights group, regained its tax-exempt status after resolving issues with the Internal Revenue Service.
In 2011 the group lost the status because it failed to file tax returns three years in a row.
The council promotes positive images of Muslim-Americans and has opposed anti-Shariah laws in the U.S.
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