Geee Posted July 7, 2014 Share Posted July 7, 2014 The Hill: Legal experts say grassroots conservative groups shouldn’t expect too much out of a pair of IRS hearings in federal district court this week. Two conservative organizations – Judicial Watch and True the Vote –won hearings over the missing emails of Lois Lerner, shifting the center of action on the IRS investigation this week from the Capitol to a federal district courthouse. Conservatives call the hearings an early step to getting IRS officials under oath to discuss why the agency was unable to recover all of Lerner’s emails from 2009 to 2011, something the IRS chalks up to a hard drive crash. Lerner, the former chief of an IRS division overseeing tax-exempt groups, kicked off the Tea Party controversy in May 2013 by apologizing for the agency’s treatment of Tea Party groups. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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