President Donald Trump has signed a long-awaited executive order on religious liberty, which frees up religious leaders and organizations from IRS rules against endorsing candidates.
It’s not clear what the order would do, given the IRS doesn’t actively enforce the regulation. However, the order might embolden religious leaders to be overtly partisan.
Kim Colby, director of the Center for Law & Religious Freedom at the DC-based Christian Legal Society
Winnie Stachelberg, executive vice president of External Affairs at the DC-based think tank, Center for American Progress; her foci include LGBT and healthcare issues