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Christian Coalition Sued for Debts

A direct-mail company is suing the Christian Coalition for almost $400,000, saying it hasn’t received a payment since last Spring and that it has helped to raise over $7 million for the group.

The Christian Coalition has undergone serious restructuring in the last year. The coalition was forced to split into two groups earlier this year as a result of the challenge by the IRS over their voter guides and tax-exempt status. Randy Tate, a key leader in the Christian Coalition, resigned last month.

Rev. Pat Robertson admitted that the coalition is in “quite a mess.”

Sources:

AP - December 2, 1999 and CNN - June 10, 1999