Florida conservatives targeted by IRS

Jason Hoyt, KrisAnne Hall and Tim Curtis claim they or their organizations are victims of the IRS’ gone-wild, anti-conservative harassment campaign. (Source: Sunshine State News)

In the days since the Obama administration’s IRS has apologized for specifically targeting conservative organizations for special tax-status scrutiny, Sunshine State News has discovered that among the agency’s apparent victims are several Florida-based tea party groups and their spokespersons. The idea, apparently, was to keep them from organizing as tax-exempt entities.

Several Florida activists claim they or their organizations are victims of the IRS’ gone-wild, anti-conservative harassment campaign — citing everything from individual audits to being burdened with probing, invasive questionnaires and being forced to disclose political beliefs, even seeing unpublished web pages unearthed.

For the complete story: http://www.sunshinestatenews.com/story/meet-florida-conservatives-targeted-barack-obamas-irs?utm_source=May+15%2C+2013&utm_campaign=ML-05152013&utm_medium=email

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