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We begin with chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel and the contention from the acting chief of the IRS that putting conservative groups under the tax microscope.
Had nothing to do with politics.
A senate finance review of IRS scrutiny of conservative groups reveals Washington managers were involved as early as April 20 -- IRS officials in Washington also asked conservative organizations about their donors.
Most G -- rule overseas tax exempt groups for the IRS apologize last Friday but made it sound like it was restricted to low level staffers in Cincinnati.
Leading Republicans blasted the IRS for not admitting he was bigger than that.
At no point.
Did anyone -- -- -- -- appropriate to have set the record straight there is no single agency in government and that's the power that the IRS says they can destroy people.
As for the IRS in USA today acting commissioner Stephen T Miller blamed a lack of sensitivity and wrote quote.
Mistakes were made but they were in no way -- to any political or partisan motivation.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell isn't buying it and insisted on full transparency.
I'm calling on the president to make available.
And without restriction.
Everyone every woman.
Who can answer the question should we have as to what's been going along.
As they are.
Who knew about it.
And how high.
In September 2010 senate finance chairman Max Baucus sent this letter to then IRS commissioner Doug Schulman requesting an investigation into the use of tax exempt groups for political advocacy.
In March 2012 democratic senators including New York's Chuck Schumer wrote to showman asking for an investigation of 501 C four groups.
To determine if they were improperly using tax exempt status.
Today senate majority leader Harry Reid didn't make excuses for the IRS but.
There there -- these shadowy.
Political groups masquerading as social welfare organizations in order to solicit anonymous donations.
From we don't know.
Who less than two weeks ago at Ohio state -- Obama told graduates they should listen to those warning of abuse of power.
-- -- of the tyranny is always lurking just around the corner pro public which describes itself as an independent nonprofit that does investigative journalism in the public interest.
Revealed Monday the same IRS office that deliberately targeted organization before the 2012 election.
-- nine pending confidential applications of conservative groups Republican notes applications that haven't been improved are not supposed to be made public.
The inspector general report just out this evening blames the IRS for ineffective management.
For allowing inappropriate criteria to be developed in the same place for more than eighteen months he inspector general makes nine specific recommendations.
The IRS says all except seven of them -- -- this -- the panel Mike thanks.
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