Eric Giunta
Meet Florida conservatives targeted by Obama's IRS
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By Eric Giunta
May 15, 2013

Several Florida activists claim they or their organizations are victims of the IRS' gone-wild, anti-conservative harassment campaign – citing everything from individual audits to being burdened with probing, invasive questionnaires and being forced to disclose political beliefs, even seeing unpublished web pages unearthed.

The idea, apparently, was to keep them from organizing as tax-exempt entities.

In the days since the Obama administration's IRS has apologized for specifically targeting conservative organizations for special tax-status scrutiny, Sunshine State News has discovered that among the agency's apparent victims are several Florida-based tea party groups and their spokespersons.

What follows are profiles of three prominent Florida tea party activists who have come forward to share their stories with SSN. . . .

Catch the rest of the exclusive story at Sunshine State News!

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