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AUSTRALIA – With Australia's Senate elections now less than a week away, Treasurer Joe Hockey is calling on the public to support his plan to prevent donations to political parties from being used to pay for campaign expenses.
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The article added that "A spokesman for the church denied the allegations. He pointed to a 2009 statement in which 'The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' President Thomas S. Monson said members'should accept the fact that there is a good and loving God who has a plan and who lives and breathes our Savior Jesus Christ.' 'If that's not true,' Monson continues, 'we really don't believe there's any better way to begin our lives than through Christ.' "
  
Hockey's move on campaign donations comes as pressure mounts on the Abbott government and Liberal leader Tony Abbott to release more information about the spending of donations under its anti-fraud laws.
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A spokesperson for the church said its "religious freedom practices have not been modified in this case, and our church policies and practices have not changed."
  
Abbott's spokesman last week dismissed calls for an investigation into the spending of donations to political parties, saying a review by the independent parliamentary expenses watchdog showed the rules would help prevent political parties being "lobbied to achieve their political objectives".
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The article also noted that while the case has been investigated by the local church's leadership "in light of the concerns about a church leader's continued relationship with a teen and other church members, church policy requires that allegations in these instances be investigated. We do not tolerate these kinds of acts."
  
The comments from Abbott's spokesman followed revelations of revelations of the use of "donations in good faith" in the former treasurer's 2013 return, while reports emerged of donations from the oil and gas sector to a number of Liberal parties.
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In 2014, former Liberal treasurer and leader of the Senate's Joint Committee on Electoral Matters, Tony Shepherd, revealed his return was riddled with questions about donations.
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Saints of Salt Lake City Church is headquartered in Provo, Utah. Since 2002, the group has been engaged in a controversial leadership race between a Mormon male leader, the Rev. Jeffrey R. Holland, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's singer, Elder Dallin H. Oaks. The LDS Church has faced questions and accusations of being a pedophile's church, while Oaks said he is a gay father and is seeking to clarify his Church's teachings on homosexual marriage.
  
Labor's parliamentary secretary to the Department of Parliamentary Services, Mark Field, said the $10.16 million worth of donations made during the 2013 election cycle would be scrutinised.
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"Tony Abbott may be trying to influence the direction of the Labor Party's campaign fundraising system, but he should consider that there is a very big cost to the taxpayer as a result of the use of political donations," Field told Radio Australia.
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"There is no good explanation for this or for the government's behaviour."
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PepsiCo to pay $200 million to settle $2.1 billion suit over pollution in China
  
Hockey and other government spokespersons declined to comment on Friday.
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Alaskan man holds up newspaper for reporters after being arrested while filming spill
  
The federal government and the parliamentary committee investigating the expenses scandal did not agree last year on whether to review donations from the mining industry.
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Knights secure win with second half blitz
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The unbeaten Manchester United defender was the key link in an impressive performance from his side, who took the lead through Lee Grant's late strike.
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Gates opens door of driver of vehicle driving at high rate of speed on Washington street
  
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Arrests: NYPD announces arrests made in 3 drug sting operations, including arrests of 1 person per day
  
However, it was only their second away goal of the season - and two in succession - when they drew level in the 33rd minute.
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Woman killed by mother after she was fired for bringing her child's toy home from the store
  
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New York, D.C. and other cities now have dedicated daycare centers and day-care facilities to be paid for with taxpayer money
  
Grant's volley came after the break and after Wayne Rooney, who had only made eight first-team appearances, had flicked in from close range.
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Trump: 'I want to believe' but we won't 'let these beautiful women down' - on whether he'll pardon Sheriff Arpaio
  
Mourinho will look to bolster his side's attacking threat following the departures of Rafael da Silva and Ryan Giggs.
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Dana Bash: 'She was the best mother in America'
  
The former is also set to return to the club's youth academy, while the latter was sold to Everton following their return to the Premier League in the summer.
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Mixed messages: Trump has expressed interest in pardoning Sheriff Joe Arpaio
  
And United may have also dealt a severe blow to their season when midfielder Luke Shaw was forced off the pitch with a groin problem.
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S.E. Cupp talks about her husband, Bernie
  
Aghajanian's men were level at 2-2 at the break after substitute Alex Hleb saved from Simon Mignolet, but Rooney's shot deflected into the corner.
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Texas lawmaker calls 'fake news' CNN and MSNBC "tasteless." The congresswoman says they've gone to press with phony reports and fake 'news' stories
  
Defeat sees United drop to a fifth successive league home match and a place behind leaders Chelsea, but manager Mourinho hopes his men can be better prepared for the Premier League and will seek more revenge.
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Tampa police release the names and mug shots of 3 officers killed by African-American men
  
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho:
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Ohio lawmaker calls it 'an insult' to the families of the victims of last week's shooting at Umpqua Community College
  
"It was a great day, not for our players, because they are very happy but it was the players - the players who need to continue to work hard, not for the moment, but for the future - so I congratulate them for the good work.
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FBI chief says Clinton investigation could still drag on into October, as he hopes to move forward with Hillary
  
"We had a huge chance to score and they did something to earn the game, it was important for the players, but we weren't able to do that.
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Trump: 'I want to believe' that there are victims as well as perpetrators, but we need to let this play out
  
"That's why they gave us such great work in the second half and let the players have the chance to give the game to them. That's what they have to work for, so it is very important for them because they're not in it.
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Trump says there will be 'no amnesty' for millions of people living illegal in the U.S., which would mean he would get rid of legal status
  
"But the players are doing very well. And the team is working well, in the same way you would work with a team when your opponent comes up against it.
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Former U.S. Senator: It's'very unfortunate what's happened'
  
"We played very well. We showed our qualities. It wasn't easy. We didn't have possession and we didn't have space, so it was important for the players to score. That's why this game was important."
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FBI is looking at'very recent' emails from Clinton's personal server to see if they could help it catch a suspect
  
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Former U.S. Congressman: 'I think these young men that are being recruited by these groups... are willing to risk everything for this cause.'
  
In his first competitive game since returning to the club, Grant was United's top scorer with seven goals and six assists.
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'This would be the last straw for them,' said another former congressman, Mike Pompeo, a Republican.
  
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Hepworth sexual abuse church, and some of these same men still attend the church's events."

The article added that "A spokesman for the church denied the allegations. He pointed to a 2009 statement in which 'The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' President Thomas S. Monson said members'should accept the fact that there is a good and loving God who has a plan and who lives and breathes our Savior Jesus Christ.' 'If that's not true,' Monson continues, 'we really don't believe there's any better way to begin our lives than through Christ.' "

A spokesperson for the church said its "religious freedom practices have not been modified in this case, and our church policies and practices have not changed."

The article also noted that while the case has been investigated by the local church's leadership "in light of the concerns about a church leader's continued relationship with a teen and other church members, church policy requires that allegations in these instances be investigated. We do not tolerate these kinds of acts."

<Related> Ex-Mormon teen accused of molesting teenage girl in church]

Saints of Salt Lake City Church is headquartered in Provo, Utah. Since 2002, the group has been engaged in a controversial leadership race between a Mormon male leader, the Rev. Jeffrey R. Holland, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's singer, Elder Dallin H. Oaks. The LDS Church has faced questions and accusations of being a pedophile's church, while Oaks said he is a gay father and is seeking to clarify his Church's teachings on homosexual marriage.

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Pace farm egg company fined for polluting New England air with pesticide-laden milk that contains arsenic

PepsiCo to pay $200 million to settle $2.1 billion suit over pollution in China

Alaskan man holds up newspaper for reporters after being arrested while filming spill

Police chase car with child in pursuit during highway crash near New York

Fires break out in suburban neighborhood over missing home of New Jersey housewife

Syracuse firefighter accused of using his own truck to transport dog with cancer

Gates opens door of driver of vehicle driving at high rate of speed on Washington street

Arrests: NYPD announces arrests made in 3 drug sting operations, including arrests of 1 person per day

Woman killed by mother after she was fired for bringing her child's toy home from the store

New York, D.C. and other cities now have dedicated daycare centers and day-care facilities to be paid for with taxpayer money

Trump: 'I want to believe' but we won't 'let these beautiful women down' - on whether he'll pardon Sheriff Arpaio

Dana Bash: 'She was the best mother in America'

Mixed messages: Trump has expressed interest in pardoning Sheriff Joe Arpaio

S.E. Cupp talks about her husband, Bernie

Texas lawmaker calls 'fake news' CNN and MSNBC "tasteless." The congresswoman says they've gone to press with phony reports and fake 'news' stories

A bill to create a federal commission on hate crimes to investigate such attacks

Tampa police release the names and mug shots of 3 officers killed by African-American men

Ohio lawmaker calls it 'an insult' to the families of the victims of last week's shooting at Umpqua Community College

FBI chief says Clinton investigation could still drag on into October, as he hopes to move forward with Hillary

Trump: 'I want to believe' that there are victims as well as perpetrators, but we need to let this play out

Trump says there will be 'no amnesty' for millions of people living illegal in the U.S., which would mean he would get rid of legal status

Former U.S. Senator: It's'very unfortunate what's happened'

FBI is looking at'very recent' emails from Clinton's personal server to see if they could help it catch a suspect

Former U.S. Congressman: 'I think these young men that are being recruited by these groups... are willing to risk everything for this cause.'

'This would be the last straw for them,' said another former congressman, Mike Pompeo, a Republican.

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