(Worthy News) - The House Wednesday passed two bills aimed at reining in the Internal Revenue Service and holding the agency accountable.
The GOP-authored measures that passed mostly along party lines underscored the Republican Party's disdain for the IRS, which escalated after an internal watchdog discovered it was targeting conservative groups.
The House passed by a vote of 254-170 the No Hires for the Delinquent IRS Act, which blocks the IRS from hiring any new employees until current employees have paid seriously delinquent tax bills or submits a report to Congress explaining why it can't certify that all agency employees have paid their taxes. [ ... Read More (Source) ]
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