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The Huffington Post, IRS May Make Political Groups Pay Dearly for Keeping Donors Secret -- And Out Them, by Dan Froomkin: For years, the IRS has done little or nothing to check the rise of overtly political groups that claim a special tax-exempt status in order to funnel secret money...
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