Recently, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Finance, Government Services, and Operations Committee was looking to review whether or not to assess service charges on organizations who are exempt from paying property taxes, after meeting with county financial staffers. Although they decided not to pursue this option, one supervisor wanted to attack a non profit for discriminating on the basis of religion, because they only served Christians.
According to Leesburg Today, Dulles Supervisor Stevens Miller wanted to look into whether the Prison Fellowship Ministries Foundation was still eligible for the tax exemption status, due to only serving Christians. The other Supervisors disputed this inquiry. If this move by Miller were considered, this could impact other organizations with similar missions.
What does Miller have against a foundation that ministers to those who have done wrong and wants to transform them?