Kenneth Copeland Ministries of Newark, Texas, and the affiliated Eagle Mountain International Church have not submitted answers to Grassley's request.
What does EMIC stand for?
EMIC stands for Eagle Mountain International Church (Newark, Texas)
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Legal counsel for the Church, David Middlebrook, stated "I am confident that this ruling will be remedied on appeal for the benefit of Eagle Mountain International Church, all private individuals involved, as well as for all other churches located in Tarrant County, Texas, who are equally entitled to the protections afforded by the United States and Texas State Constitutions.
Copeland's organization, also known as Eagle Mountain International Church, admitted to allowing personal use of the aircraft 10 percent of the time, though it claims individuals are charged for this use.