IRS code may prohibit Scientology Exemption? IN the article on World Net Daily talking about Obamacare: A religious exemption to Obamacare mandate? There was this interesting little tidbit: "The health-care reform bill's language, however, specifically states that for a sect to qualify for the religious exemption, it must fall within the definitions of section 1402(g) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. That section requires a sect to have been in constant existence since at least Dec. 31, 1950, and requires the sect to reject not only insurance but also have sworn off receiving all benefits from the U.S. Social Security system. " Now, how can Scientology claim a religious tax exemption when it wasn't created until 1952?