A church in Pasadena, Calif., says that the Internal Revenue Service has asked it to turn over all the documents and e-mails it created during the 2004 election year containing any references to political candidates.
All Saints Episcopal Church announced the agency's investigation in November 2005, part of a yearlong investigation by the IRS into dozens of nonprofit groups accused of promoting political candidates. The church, which has a liberal history, is one of California's largest, with about 3,500 congregants.
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