In the News: Roll Call: IRS Uproar Intensifies

By Eliza Newlin Carney

Like many IRS-watchers following the rule-making process, Sloan predicts that there is “actually zero chance” that they will ultimately be enacted. That the agency has produced such predictably controversial draft regulations has prompted much head-scratching among campaign finance and tax experts.

“One might assign nefarious motives to the IRS, or one might say that they don’t know what they’re doing,” said former FEC chairman Bradley Smith, chairman of the Center for Competitive Politics, at Heritage Foundation panel discussion last week on the IRS regulations. “Neither of those reflects well for putting forward this kind of rule.”

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Comments

  1. FORREST BELMONT says:

    I am vigerously opposed to any changes in the rules regarding 501c4 regulations, that would limit the freedom of expression, of the groups requesting the income tax exemption. It is vitally important that US citizens are able to come together and form tax exempt organizations to inform, instruct, and educate their fellow citizens on issues important to strengthening our Republic, and insuring the economic and political freedoms, guaranteed by our Constitution.

The Center for Competitive Politics is now the Institute for Free Speech.