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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Dianne Belsom
Asked about Mr. Koskinen's promise to restore the agency's credibility, Mrs. Belsom said, "the IRS has repeatedly abused its power and what would most benefit the public would be to totally abolish it."
Dianne Belsom, president of the Laurens County Tea Party in South Carolina, told The Washington Times on Tuesday that her group has been waiting since July 2010 for the IRS to approve its application.