In an August letter, the Internal Revenue Service said that the NAACP did not violate its tax-exempt status when the civil rights group's chairman gave a speech criticizing President Bush.
In a letter, dated Aug. 9, the IRS said a review of video footage of a speech given by Julian Bond in October 2004, as well as other information, indicated "that political intervention did not occur."
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