Skip to comments.IRS to revise regulations limiting activities of tax-exempt groups after outcry
Posted on 04/15/2014 7:23:28 AM PDT by ColdOne
The Internal Revenue Service plans to rewrite proposed regulations limiting the political activities of the same type of tax-exempt groups the agency was accused of targeting after backlash from GOP lawmakers and politically active nonprofit groups.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told USA Today on Monday that the agency will likely "re-propose a redefined rule and ask for more public comment." He expects the process will take "until the end of the year and beyond" to complete.
Koskinen said the revised rule will take into account criticism from conservative groups concerned the regulations will put free speech rights at risk. Some liberal groups voiced concerns that the regulations could bar voter education and registration programs, Koskinen said.
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So the IRS gets to make new regs whenever they want?
Must be nice.
They’ve been doing that for years along with a host of “revenue rulings” and decisions in their home advantage tax court.
Well in that case, all is forgiven and forgotten. </sarcasm>
“So the IRS gets to make new regs whenever they want?”
Just like the BLM and EPA. Your rep or senator will never get to vote on it and neither will you.
The problem is the regulators, not the regulations.
How much do you want to bet that the new rules will be even worse for our side?
Disgusting, isn’t it?
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