Big-Money Politics Groups Get Clarity From IRS They Hate

by - February 20, 2014

Groups that want to spend millions of dollars on political campaigns without disclosing their donors are getting a clear road map on how to do so from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.

And some of the groups don’t like it one bit.

Republicans criticize the proposed IRS rules as an attack on free speech because they would limit voter guides and candidate forums. The rules also would provide a legal path for groups organized under section 501(c)(4) of the tax code to air campaign ads.
Big-Money Politics Groups Get Clarity From IRS They Hate - Bloomberg

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