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Lack of supervision is cause for concern

Perhaps a Congressional inquiry about the Internal Revenue Service providing extra scrutiny targeting political groups should not be a surprise.
However, the suggestion that President Barack Obama was first notified of the situation by the media is cause for concern.
The suggestion that political entities were receiving undue attention was reported in February 2012 on conservative web sites. The New York Times reported on the issue on March 6, 2012.
“In recent weeks, the IRS has sent dozens of detailed questionnaires to Tea Party organizations applying for nonprofit tax status, demanding to know their political leanings and activities,” The Times ...


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