The IRS Tries to Silence Political Speech Again— This Time with New Regulations
May 13, 2014
Americans are well aware of the targeting by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS or Service) of Tea Party and other conservative organizations applying for tax-exempt status under §501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code (Code), which was revealed by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration in May 2013.
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