Warren County YMCA Asked to Defend Tax-Exempt Status

The Warren County (Pennsylvania) Board of Commissioners has asked its YMCA to produce information to verify its status as a tax-exempt organization, and YMCA supporters say a lack of tax-exempt status may mean the organization will be forced to close its doors for good.

By a 2-1 vote, the Warren County (Pennsylvania) Board of Commissioners has asked the Warren County YMCA to produce information to verify its status as a tax-exempt organization.

YMCA supporters say a lack of tax-exempt status may mean the organization will be forced to close its doors for good.

At issue is a five-point so called HUP test—from a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision Hospital Utilization Project v. Commonwealth (HUP) that intends to define what cons

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