Did the IRS illegally target the Tea Party? Seven questions answered.

The IRS is under investigation for illegally targeting the Tea Party and other conservative groups. Steuerle offers answers to seven basic questions about the IRS Tea Party scandal.

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    The John Weld Peck Federal Building, shown Tuesday in Cincinnati, houses the main offices for the Internal Revenue Service in the city. Because its resources are constrained, the IRS conducts only limited audits, examinations, or requests for information, Steuerle writes.
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To help clarify  whether IRS incorrectly, unfairly, or illegally targeted the Tea Party and other conservative groups, here are the  answers to a few basic questions.

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