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IRS Overhaul / Suicide Settlement #381894

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 07, 1998
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Apparent approval of IRS (Internal Revenue Service) overhaul in Senate reported; chart shown of changes to be made.

(Derry, New Hampshire: Diana Olick) Story of Shirley Barron, who sued the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) because of her husband's suicide after repeated harassment from IRS (Internal Revenue Service) officials reported; background of the harassment given; settlement described. [BARRON - says she had to sue but wasn't comfortable with it, describes some of the situation.] [Attorney for Barron family Richard MALONEY - states amount IRS wanted and describes part of the case.]

Olick, Diana;
Rather, Dan

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