USA: Wal-Mart sues Texan church
US retail behemoth Wal-Mart has filed ten lawsuits against a church since January after its members set up tables outside its stores to seek donations. The Missionary Church of the Disciples of Jesus Christ revealed that by positioning collectors at the doors of the Wal-Mart discount stores, church coffers can be boosted by about US$15,000 a month. The money is then used to buy aid for the poor, such as food and clothing.
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