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iRS clears the Gingrich groups

On 25 April, the Washington Post reported that the IRS has renewed the tax-exempt status of two non-profit groups organized by Newt Gingrich. The IRS had said 2 years ago that the groups had engaged in partisan activities and therefore could not be tax exempt. See my post here.

After two months of fact-checking (including 3 weeks of trying to get the IRS to respond), the New York Times has published this article, "Ruling May Open Finance Loophole." it includes the usual suspects Viewing With Alarm and the other set of usual suspects saying What, Me Worry?