Privacy Group Starts 2nd Lawsuit Seeking Trump's Tax Info
By Vidya Kauri (April 18, 2018, 4:47 PM EDT) -- A Washington, D.C.-based privacy organization on Tuesday sued the Internal Revenue Service in D.C. federal court for a second time over what it called the agency's failure to turn over information related to President Donald Trump's tax records.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center, or EPIC, which is ultimately seeking knowledge of Trump's potential business dealings in Russia, said the IRS had not made a determination on its request under the Freedom of Information Act within a statutory limit of 50 days.
"If the Freedom of Information Act means anything, it means that the American public has the right to know whether...
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