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Video: Congress Weighs Budget Cut, Videos Ban For U.S. IRS

By Clip Syndicate
The Internal Revenue Service budget would shrink by about 4 percent and the tax agency would be barred from making "inappropriate videos" under a congressional budget deal agreed to late on Monday. The proposal to reduce the IRS budget to $11.3 billion and impose new rules on how the agency collects taxes follows a series of scandals last year, including some embarrassing IRS training videos that spoofed the TV show "Star Trek," with one staffer starring as Mr. Spock. The bill also would prohibit the IRS from using its funds to target groups for regulatory scrutiny based on their ideological beliefs, Republican Representative Harold Rogers of Kentucky said in a statement.

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