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Is Heath Shuler dodging taxes and ethics rules?

shulerIt looks like residents, and former residents, of the now famous C Street house in DC are trying to evade more than just public scrutiny. Polticians who lived at the posh townhouse apparently received subsidized rent and failed to report that fact to the IRS or on ethics disclosure forms.

The World magazine says that Shuler lives at C Street when he is in Washington.

Heath Shuler and Mike McIntyre are both affiliated with the secretive religious group that owns the C Street house, although I don’t think that McIntyre lives at the townhouse. The home was registered as a church and had tax-exempt status. It lost that designation after a group of Ohio pastors called for an investigation.

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  1. Khyber Pass

    May 13, 2010 at 10:15 am

    It’s not a religious group. It’s all political. Politics is about power and power is what they want. They just use religion as a tool to gain their own ends.
    I’m glad Schuler is finally outted. It seemed really suspicious to me that he ran as a dem then voted like a Republican.

    WNC needs a real democrat to represent it.

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