GOP Rep. Demands Details On IRS' Health Reform Spending

Law360, New York (March 21, 2013, 4:41 PM EDT) -- In the latest bid to paint health reform as a bureaucratic nightmare, a Republican House representative on Thursday asked the Internal Revenue Service how much has been spent on Affordable Care Act implementation and whether staff members are being siphoned from other agencies for the task.

Louisiana Rep. Charles Boustany Jr., head of the Ways and Means Committee’s oversight panel, demanded an accounting within two weeks of how deeply the IRS has tapped a $1 billion implementation fund and exactly what money has been used to...
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