More evidence has emerged that the IRS' targeting of conservative groups extended beyond a few agents in a single city.


Back on May 14, a 48-page report by the IRS Inspector General cited that a few lower-level staff members from the Cincinnati office were responsible for the Tea Party flap, acting in an insubordinate fashion.

Two weeks later, the scope of questions surrounding the case continues to evolve beyond that one place. NBC News reported Thursday that letters show requests about conservative groups were made by other IRS locations.


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