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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The growing scandal at the IRS over the targeting of political organizations like the Tea Party introduced. [President OBAMA – says it is outrageous.]
(Richmond, Virginia: Wyatt Andrews) The IRS scrutiny of the Tea Party examined; details given about the surge in applications for tax exempt status since the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling. [Richmond, Virginia Tea Party executive director Laurence NORDVIG- says it’s intrusion of big government into people’s personal lives.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The Treasury Department investigation of the singling out of Tea Party groups by the IRS reviewed; details given about IRS division head Lois Lerner’s instructions for the Cincinnati office to revise its criteria in 2011. [At House hearing in 2012, IRS commissioner Doug SHULMAN- denies there is targeting.] The call for acting commissioner Steven Miller to testify before the House noted.
- Pelley, Scott;
- Andrews, Wyatt;
- Cordes, Nancy
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