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Applied Pressure - Should St. Louis County grant tax breaks to Scientology-linked tutoring programs? - 2005-12-07

F0.png Applied Pressure - Should St. Louis County grant tax breaks to Scientology-linked tutoring programs? December 7, 2005, Kristen Hinman, Riverfront Times

Since purchasing the property in 2001 for $2.9 million, Applied Scholastics has paid just one year's worth of property taxes. Now, the organization owes St. Louis County nearly $350,000 and has until next August to make good on at least some of that debt.

The organization has been fighting to obtain a tax break for more than a year, saying its educational mission led the federal government to grant it a charitable status back in 1972.

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{{cite news | first = Kristen | last = Hinman | title = Applied Pressure - Should St. Louis County grant tax breaks to Scientology-linked tutoring programs? | url = https://www.riverfronttimes.com/2005-12-07/news/applied-pressure/ | work = Riverfront Times | date = December 7, 2005 | accessdate = February 6, 2019 }}