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Religious organizations have no common purpose:

New development in the Georgetown Apostles case -- the D.C. zoning administrator says the Apostles are a "fraternity," not a "religious organization," because (at least as the WaPo reports) the dictionary says a fraternity is "a group associated for a common purpose, interest or pleasure."

I don't know, that reasoning seems pretty bootylicious to me....

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  1. Religious organizations have no common purpose:
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