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The IRS reports it's punishing to staffers who went to a conference that cost taxpayers more than four million bucks.
Officials say it has to do with a party in a private suite where somebody apparently broke the rules about giving out free food.
The source says the two staffers are now on leave and may end up losing their jobs.
The inspector general says the Anaheim get away was one of more than 200 conferences that cost us taxpayers fifty million dollars.
And gave us the entertaining video -- virus workers learning to dance.
But one senator says the administration put a much lower price tag on the events last year.
Mike Emanuel is live for us on Capitol Hill -- -- -- Oklahoma -- Tom Coburn is demanding answers Covert and sent a letter last year.
Did then Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner about conference spending a treasury official responded that the department had spent less than 500000.
Now Coburn -- -- an explanation.
From current Treasury Secretary Jack -- With the revelation of an inspector general that they spent 49 million dollars at the Paris alone.
During that same period of time leads to one of the -- conclusions one other company can't manage what their did and they don't know what's -- quickest possible.
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Tomorrow one of the stars of the Star -- spoof video created by -- employees will testify on Capitol Hill.
Farris -- played Mr.
Spock lawmakers want to talk to him.
And other witnesses about the culture of spending at the IRS and agency growing in power.
When you consider their role in implementing the Affordable Care Act -- ought to be terrified.
So what congress ought to be doing is figuring out.
A way to replace -- IRS was something that is respected and has accomplished the American people and what the prosecutors figure out who goes did you.
-- a former federal prosecutor says congress should continue its investigation.
Any special prosecutor should be named to look in the most serious allegations kept Mike Emanuel on Capitol Hill.
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