The plan would also require the IRS to modify its interpretation of a critical provision of the Internal Revenue Code that has been used to protect the privacy of those accused of leaking confidential taxpayer records and to deny information to the victims of IRS abuse.It's a start. More to come, hopefully.
Under the proposed reforms, the provision, Internal Revenue Code section 6103, would require the government to disclose to victims both the status of an investigation as well as its result, including the identity of the perpetrator.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Who Investigates The Investigators?
House Republicans have a plan:
He's mad as hell, and he's not gonna take this anymore:
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