A federal judge upheld a 1976 ruling and ordered the Internal Revenue Service to release detailed statistics on how the agency enforces the nation's tax laws to Susan Long, a Syracuse University professor and co-director of the non profit research group, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse.
Long filed a motion in January, saying that after nearly 30 years, the IRS had stopped disclosing information on its audit, collection and other enforcement activities in mid-2004.
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