Plan Unveiled To Restrain IRS, Force Sale Of $700,000 In Ammo

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At a glance

  • U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall has introduced two bills to restrain the Internal Revenue Service ahead of the agency’s planned expansion.
  • Marshall, R-Kansas, filed the Preventing Frivolous Actions by IRS Agents Act, which would allow taxpayers making less than $400,000 annually who were wrongly subjected to failed IRS audits or legal actions to collect compensation for costs associated with the audit or legal action.
  • The senator introduced another bill to force the IRS to sell off about $700,000 worth of ammunition.

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