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May 14. 2013 12:28PM

Scandal could change how IRS regulates political groups

Robert Kelner, chairman of Covington and Burling's election and political law practice, said the IRS is going to be "gun shy" as a result of the scandal. And it's likely the agency would back away from close scrutiny of political activities for some time.

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