IRS Look at Progressive Groups Complicates Controversy

6/25/2013

The Internal Revenue Service used terms such as “progressive” and evidence of advocacy on Israel to flag groups’ tax-exempt applications for extra attention, complicating what had been seen as targeted scrutiny for small-government groups.

The IRS’s disclosure yesterday of 15 redacted versions of its Be On the Lookout document, or BOLO, bolstered its contention that delays experienced by Tea Party groups applying for nonprofit status were a symptom of mismanagement and not politically motivated action.

Read more: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-06-24/irs-screened-applications-using-progressive-israel-.html


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