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National Organization For Marriage
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The National Organization for Marriage said the $50,000 settlement the IRS paid the group for releasing its private tax information was a start, but it still wants the Justice Department to grant immunity to the key gay rights activist involved in the release.
A federal court has ordered the IRS to pay $50,000 to the National Organization for Marriage due to the leak of confidential tax documents, but the organization has called for further investigation to determine the extent of the wrongdoing.
The Internal Revenue Service just agreed to pay a $50,000 settlement to the National Organization for Marriage after admitting it was wrong to put out for public viewing some of the group's confidential information about donors.
Taxpayers shouldn't shed tears over the troubles at the Internal Revenue Service.
Polling on marriage: The american people continue to support preserving marriage as the union of one
It's become an article of faith in media reporting that there has been a massive shift in public opinion in favor of same-sex 'marriage.'
The Supreme Court has declined to halt a federal judge's order that overturns a voter-passed marriage amendment in Oregon.
A U.S. Supreme Court justice is asking for more information before any ruling on an effort by the National Organization for Marriage to halt same-sex marriages in Oregon.
Maine's ethics panel on Wednesday fined a national anti-gay marriage group more than $50,000 and ordered it to reveal the donors who backed its efforts to repeal the state's gay marriage law.
The National Organization for Marriage says it is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to block a federal judge's order declaring Oregon's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.