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Report indicates IRS 'doubling down' on conservative groups

April 24, 2014

USA Today has reported that the Internal Revenue Service has revoked the tax-exempt status of a conservative charity for making statements critical of Hillary Clinton and John Kerry. According to an IRS statement released last week, the Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty, based in Manassas, Virginia, "has shown a pattern of deliberate and consistent intervention in political campaigns" and made "repeated statements supporting or opposing various candidates by expressing its opinion of the respective candidate's character and qualifications."


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