According to a Congressional Research Service report released September 9, attention is being given to a bill that would allow churches to participate in some campaign activity without jeopardizing their tax-exempt status. The bill has been introduced in the current Congress and would repeal the prohibition against church campaign intervention. H.R. 2275, introduced in May 2007, would repeal the political campaign prohibition for churches now contained in the tax code. Under the bill, churches and other Section 501(c)(3) organizations would be allowed to engage in all types of campaign activity without jeopardizing their tax-exempt status. The only tax code restriction on the amount of campaign activity apparently would be that it could not be the organization’s primary activity. Churches and other organizations still would be subject to tax on their political expenditures under Code Section 4955, but the bill also apparently would allow churches and other exempt organizations to establish Section 527 separate segregated funds to conduct electionrelated activities.