If you had “Tea Party” or “Patriot” in the title of your political action committee in the 2012 election, the IRS was probably watching your every move. This morning, the tax-collecting force apologized for looking extra closely into the tax exempt statuses of primarily conservative-leaning groups. The focus gained attention in December, when ProPublica published the tax-exempt application submitted by Karl Rove’s group, American Crossroads GPS. Consider this another reason for conservatives to angrily shake their fists at the tax man.
Trump 47 (-2)
Biden 50 (+4)
Ernst (R-inc) 47 (+1)
Greenfield (D) 49 (-)
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