“It took seven years for Z Street to learn the truth about why our tax-exempt status was delayed”

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IRS Apologizes to Pro-Israel Group for Biased Treatment
by Adam Kredo
February 1, 2018

A pro-Israel organization that found its nonprofit status subjected to undue scrutiny by the Obama administration’s IRS as a result of its advocacy on the Jewish state’s behalf reached a settlement Thursday with the Department of Justice that included a formal apology from the U.S. government for subjecting the group to unfair treatment, according to an announcement. The Trump administration’s DOJ announced Tuesday that it had reached a settlement with Z Street, a conservative pro-Israel advocacy group that sued the government over allegations the Obama administration subjected the organization to unfair scrutiny as a result of its pro-Israel views. READ MORE

Here is the Consent Order, a recitation of facts agreed to by the IRS and Z STREET.

WALL STREET JOURNAL The IRS Campaign Against Israel—and Us

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One Response to “It took seven years for Z Street to learn the truth about why our tax-exempt status was delayed”

  1. Jerry Kaiden says:

    It is absurd to forward articles that can only be read by WSJ subscribers, or those who wish to be. This has happened previously. Please think about….AG: Pls revisit link, now it’s content on a non-subscription posting on the same story. Going forward I’ll try to pair subscription postings with free content covering the same subject matter.

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