by Ken Rankin

Washington - The Bush administration’s plan to use private tax collection agencies to recover billions of dollars in unpaid federal income taxes came under fire on Capitol Hill as critics of the scheme raised concerns about taxpayer abuse at the hands of private sector “bounty hunters.”

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