IRS commissioner Steven Miller offered an apology Friday to the House Ways and Means Committee, calling the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups in 2012 a “mistake.” Miller denied accusations that he “misled” Congress and the American people for political reasons. “Partisanship or even the perception of partisanship has no place at the IRS,” he stated. Miller was then grilled by the committee’s chairman, Rep. Dave Camp (R–Michigan), who claimed Miller's actions constitute more than misleading, but rather lying. “This is a problem of the IRS being too large, too powerful, too intrusive, and too abusive,” he said.
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