Where As They require payment before allowing members to view their religious texts and participate in church-mandated "auditing," rather than soliciting voluntary donations as most mainstream churches. Those who do not have the money to pay for this participation are required to work for the church in exchange for its services, paid at a rate far below that of even undocumented laborers. Former members have reported that members as young as twelve years old are taken out of school and required to work long hours to pay for their own and their parents' religious education. This is against child labor laws, not to mention our societyâ
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