The IRS is doing its job—or more accurately—contemplating doing its job after years of dereliction.

by - December 17, 2013

What's really at stake here is disclosure of money spent by tax-exempt groups on candidate-related election activity. There are no limits on how much these groups can spend on election activity. The question is whether such groups are subject to donor disclosure. The Legal Center sides with the Supreme Court that voters are entitled to know whose money is being spent to influence their votes. Mr. Smith's Center for Competitive Politics believes in denying voters this crucial information, allowing special interests to dominate our electoral discourse by hiding behind 501(c)(4) tax status.

The IRS is doing its job—or more accurately—contemplating doing its job after years of dereliction - Campaign Legal Center

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