(Washington Examiner) -- The Internal Revenue Service has failed to turn over documents requested by the powerful Senate tax-writing panel, which is investigating the tax agency’s practice of targeting conservative organizations.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., and Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, the panel’s top Republican, gave the IRS a May 31 deadline to answer dozens of questions related to the special scrutiny the agency was giving to right-leaning groups seeking tax-exempt status.
But the troubled IRS let the deadline go by.
“We want a response,” Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, a top Democrat on the panel told The Washington Examiner. “I thought the request was a reasonable request.” Continue reading via The Washington Examiner...