On May 14, the House Ways and Means Committee demanded the IRS turn over documents and answer questions related to the targeting of conservative groups. The letter was signed by the Chairman David Camp and ranking member Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI) of the Committee.
The deadline for compliance was May 21. According to House Ways and Means Spokeswoman Sarah Swinehart, “The Committee has not received a response to the Camp-Levin letter.”
“Chairman Camp expects the IRS to comply and provide full and complete responses to the letter since many of these questions were asked, but went unanswered, in Friday’s hearing,” said Swinehart.
The irony is breathtaking: the IRS is not nearly as “flexible” with the deadlines they impose on tax-payers.
Read the Camp-Levin letter here.