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The Hill | Complaints of IRS targeting by religious groups on the rise

Written on:May 22, 2013
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The Hill | Complaints of IRS targeting by religious groups on the rise


The number of religious groups reporting they were improperly targeted by the  Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is increasing.

At least a half-dozen conservative groups say they received an unusual degree of  scrutiny from the IRS, according  to the Religion News Service, a non-profit news service operated out of the  University of Missouri’s journalism school.

Earlier this week Rev. Billy Graham’s son made  headlines with a letter to President Obama accusing the administration of  targeting the Samaritan’s Purse charity and the Billy Graham Evangelistic  Association in an attempt to intimidate the group.

Since then, the Catholics United Education Fund and the Christian Voices for  Life have reported significant delays in their applications for tax-exempt  status from the IRS.

More.

Article source: http://conservatives4palin.com/2013/05/the-hill-complaints-of-irs-targeting-by-religious-groups-on-the-rise.html

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