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IRS slams door in face of conservatives

May 23, 2014

The IRS is responding to record criticism of a proposed rule further targeting conservatives, not by listening to the will of the people, but by going behind closed doors.

The Treasury department acknowledged it has received a record 150,000 written comments on a proposed rule that many conservatives say is designed to put into law the practice that led the IRS to target tea-party groups applying for tax-exempt status.



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