Democratic Congressman Worries About IRS’s Well-Being

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Representative Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) is worried that the Internal Revenue Service scandal is going to have a “chilling effect,” but not, as you might expect, on American citizens.

Instead, Cummings fears it could cripple the IRS.

 
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“Let me tell you what I’m really concerned about in addition to all the other things that I’ve said,” said Cummings. “I’m concerned that all of this may have a chilling effect on employees where they say you know, when normally we would look at certain criteria fairly, not targeting anyone but say uh-oh, I’m worried because I’d better let this go.”

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