You left something out, Bob. That was on NPR this morning. Those groups you mentioned were approved.---Yes, after long delays and hassles. Have people said otherwise?IRS approved liberal groups while Tea Party in limbowww.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2013/05/14/irs-tea-part...In February 2010, the Champaign Tea Party in Illinois received approval of its tax-exempt status from the IRS in 90 days, no questions asked.That was the month before the Internal Revenue Service started singling out Tea Party groups for special treatment. There wouldn't be another Tea Party application approved for 27 months.In that time, the IRS approved perhaps dozens of applications from similar liberal and progressive groups, a USA TODAY review of IRS data shows.DB2
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