What insane kind of policy is that? Anything that might get attention can't be processed? Not only does this make complaining a catch-22, what does any amount of public attention have to do with whether an organization is following the tax laws? (And wouldn't that public attention rule stop the IRS from approving Satanic high school clubs? I mean, sure, 1st Amendment right, but public attention!)
Read the whole thing; it's worse than just that short summary seems. And yes I remember when this policy came up during the initial IRS investigation.
This entry was published Sat Mar 25 09:21:43 CDT 2017 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2017-03-25 09:21:43.0.