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PBS NEWSHOUR

Social Welfare, Politics Plays Into Confusion Tax Law

  • Aired: 05/22/2013
  • 13:21
  • Rating: NR
Controversy over the additional scrutiny the IRS paid to conservative organizations has raised attention about the regulations governing tax-exemption criteria. Jeffrey Brown explores who qualifies and how that status is determined with Richard Schmalbeck of Duke University Law School and Kim Barker of Pro Publica.
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