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It could almost be time for some truth in spending.
On Nov. 6 a Republican senator sent TV Evangelists Kenneth and Gloria Copeland a set of written questions about how they spend their money.
As church leaders, they pay no taxes but are supposed to put some of the money they receive back into serving the public welfare.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, head of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, decided the Copelands' flights to Hawaii and Fiji just might not really qualify as legitimate business trips.
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