IRS Questioned by GOP Senators for Targeting Donors


In a recent action, the IRS sent letters to donors who contributed to advocacy groups that have been supporting political causes. As a result, a group of Republican Senators wrote to the IRS requesting to see internal correspondences and other information on the matter. They sought for the names of any IRS staff members involved in that decision, along with internal documents and any correspondence with White House officials.

These Republican Senators are all members of the Senate Finance Committee that oversees the IRS. According to them, their purpose was to investigate if political concerns have played a role in the IRS’ action in targeting the donors.

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