The Internal Revenue Service has published its list of recipients of matching grants for its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, and not surprisingly it omits the controversial community organizing group ACORN.
The group recently attracted unwelcome attention after a series of hidden camera videos emerged showing undercover investigators posing as a pimp and prostitute getting advice from ACORN employees on claiming housing assistance and tax credits for some fictitious underage Salvadoran employees.
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