Economy

January 14, 2014

IRS unloved in 2014 appropriations bill

The Internal Revenue Service, the subject of great controversy throughout much of 2013 because of its admitted inappropriate scrutiny of conservative organizations, didn’t get much love in the 2014 appropriations bill. It keeps in place most of the sequester-level funding, providing the agency about $11.3 billion.

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