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So far we’re mainly focused on the fact that IRS agents in Cincinnati were targeting Tea Party or right-leaning groups for additional scrutiny. But in our reporting, what seems just as out of bounds to experts in the field were the questions the agents were asking those groups chosen for extra scrutiny. Here are the seven questions that got the IRS in trouble.
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