Commentary: Irs Reforms Are Only A Good Start

Spring is in the Washington air. And as Apr. 15 nears, the atmosphere is redolent with those perennial pledges by politicians to fix the agency everyone loves to hate: the Internal Revenue Service. They're all looking for ways to make the nation's tax collector more efficient--and, as they say in the marketing biz, more "customer-friendly."

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