Politics & Government

July 18, 2013 5:20 PM

IRS workers say D.C. office stalled tea party cases

Internal Revenue Service managers at Washington headquarters thwarted attempts by field employees to speed up review of tea-party groups’ applications for tax-exempt status, two agency employees testified Thursday before Congress in the strongest evidence yet that higher-ups were involved in the targeting of conservative groups.

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