Koch Industries Inc. has filed a lawsuit, claiming that the Internal Revenue Service used improper accounting to calculate taxes for a 1998 New Mexico highway project.
The $20 million lawsuit was filed in March, and came to light this past week, when Koch filed an order to suspend the gathering of evidence in the case while it pursues the sale of a business entity.
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