IRS Takes $97,000 from Kentucky Town

The IRS seized $97,000 from Raceland, Ky. The Mayor told a startled city council at an emergency meeting Wednesday night that the Internal Revenue Service has seized close to $100,000 from the city coffers because of non-payment of 2006-2007 taxes. This means the muncipal employees will lose their jobs and leaves the town in a precarious position for supplying fire and police services. Read more about this IRS attack.

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