A 180-year-old Baptist newspaper said on Thursday that it was targeted by the Internal Revenue Service for extra scrutiny.
The Biblical Recorder, published by the North Carolina Baptist State Convention, said it was singled out by the agency in March, Fox News reports.
Last summer, the Recorder gained national attention after Allan Blume, its editor, published an interview with Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy.
In the interview, Cathy said that he was “guilty as charged” in his support of traditional family values.
The Recorder also published ads from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association — which also was targeted by the IRS — that backed North Carolina’s marriage amendment.
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