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Recent News about Regulatory Policy:
By Ryan Ellis The U.S. House of Representatives today will consider H.R. 5053, the "Preventing IRS Abuse and Protecting Free Speech Act." It is an absolutely essential check on IRS politicization and targeting of conservative non-profits. H.R. 5053 would prevent the IRS from collecting the names of donors to non-profit organizations. Under current law, 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) non-profits are required to furnish this information to the IRS on Schedule B of their annual Form 990 reporting statement. The IRS does not make Schedule B available to the public, and has even indicated that they no longer see the value of collecting it. Nevertheless, this information is floating around at the IRS. As we learned from the Lois Lerner affair, employees at the IRS do not always feel bound by the rules and ethics expected of them by the service. It's only a matter of time until some unscrupulous employee is going to leak [...]