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Roskam IRS bill to protect non-profits from IRS abuse passes House



WASHINGTON – The IRS has said that it doesn't need the list of donors to non-profits that Schedule B forms currently demand. Recently, those lists leaked to media have been used to harass donors – something Congressman Peter Roskam (IL-06) says needs to end. His legislation to omit Schedule B passed the U.S. House this week, and is now on its way to the U.S. Senate, and hopefully, to President Obama's desk. Roskam explains:


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  1. I’m still waiting for the criminal at the IRS who targeted Tea Party and 9-11 groups in Illinois. The fascist power abuse must be punished, someone has to be held accountable for targeting conservatives.

  2. Congressman Roskam, this is a start. The next step is to side with the House Freedom Caucus and IMPEACH John Koskinen! It’s abundantly clear that when Koskinen came in, he helped to try to cover up the extent of the targeting, which continued even after it had been exposed to the public. There is no doubt that the fact that my group was targeted by Lois Lerner had a chilling and silencing effect on our activism as we moved into the 2012 election. Congress has completely abdicated their responsibility to rein in this lawless administration.