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Why Should the Internal Revenue Service Be Beyond Reproach?

The agency levies an unconstitutional penalty on people with tax refund claims.

, The National Law Journal

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As citizens, we should have the right to claim that the IRS has made a mistake, without being afraid that if we are unsuccessful, we will have to fork over a hefty penalty — for doing nothing more than exercising our constitutional right.

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Originally appeared in print as Why Should the Internal Revenue Service Be Beyond Reproach?

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