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Republican Lawmakers Hammer Outgoing IRS Commissioneri
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May 17, 2013 7:40 PM
Republican lawmakers hammered the outgoing Internal Revenue Service Commissioner, Steven Miller, Friday, over a report that IRS staff members had targeted conservative "Tea Party" groups for extra scrutiny and delayed their applications for tax exempt status. Miller, who resigned this week, admitted mistakes were made. But he said he does not believe the staff members were motivated by political partisanship.

Republican Lawmakers Hammer Outgoing IRS Commissioner

Published May 17, 2013

Republican lawmakers hammered the outgoing Internal Revenue Service Commissioner, Steven Miller, Friday, over a report that IRS staff members had targeted conservative "Tea Party" groups for extra scrutiny and delayed their applications for tax exempt status. Miller, who resigned this week, admitted mistakes were made. But he said he does not believe the staff members were motivated by political partisanship.


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