(Worthy News) - An Obama administration proposal to have some nonprofit charities report the Social Security numbers of donors giving at least $250 in one year is raising concerns about security, government overreach and another episode of IRS targeting.
“There's a big caution here. There's a big yellow light that should be flashing for a couple of reasons,” Illinois Republican Rep. Peter Roskam tells Fox News.
“Number one, the IRS has not demonstrated its capacity to hold this type of information from confidentiality and a security point of view.” [ Source ]
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