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At Tuesday’s hearing, the assembled senators strove to unravel the twisted story behind the allegations of “targeting” nonprofit groups by the IRS. Does the fault lie with incompetent administrators, ignorant commissioners, or a culture of political action committees taking advantage of an ill-defined statute to conceal donor activity?
Major weather disasters in the U.S. have increased from an average of two per year in the 1980s to more than ten per year since 2010. The Center for American Progress has uncovered that the damage they cause is in excess of $80B a year.
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Few things are more loathed by the public than taxes, and our cultural models encourage us to view government as something to be resisted and our tax system as a ...
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As legalized marijuana takes root in the state of Washington, it brings along a crop of unusual quandaries to solve.
As the BSA approach their decision to relax their ban on gay involvement in scouting, organizations with strong convictions continue to weigh in.
The Anna Louise Inn has served as a women’s shelter in downtown Cincinnati for more than a century. But after a two-year court fight, it’s being forced to sell to a corporate entity intent upon gentrifying the neighborhood.
Despite their similar names, Women’s Health Center and Woman’s Choice Pregnancy Resource Center are on opposite sides of the battle for reproductive rights.
A live blog update from NPQ’s National Correspondent Rick Cohen from the hearings at the House Ways and Means Committee. The now fired head of the IRS and the IRS’s Inspector General will testify on the agency’s targeting of conservative organizations for special 501(c)(4) reviews.
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