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- Hamas turns to North Korea for weapons deal, Iran for money
Topic - Kevin Kookogey
Three months after it became clear that the IRS started targeting conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status and after President Obama installed new leadership to try to fix the agency, dozens of groups are still awaiting a final decision or, in some cases, have withdrawn their applications out of frustration with the process.
"That the IRS would ask to know the identity of those students is unbelievably, unconscionably chilling," he said.