Romney may veto religious funds bill
Says required disclosure appears to be 'intrusive'
Governor Mitt Romney signaled yesterday that he is likely to oppose a bill requiring religious institutions to disclose their finances, creating a major hurdle for advocates of the legislation who must gain a veto-proof vote in the House to guarantee that it becomes law. (Full article: 991 words)
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