Treasury Secretary Jack Lew was questioned Wednesday by lawmakers on the House Financial Services Committee over when he learned that the IRS had targeted certain conservative non-profit groups.
“If there’s someone wielding a knife in the parking lot, are you gonna call the Inspector General?” a livid Trey Gowdy asked Doug Shulman.
“Congress has an obligation to help these families rebuild. Congress also has an obligation to have a serious discussion about how we pay for emergency money that the state rightfully deserves,” Stutzman said in a statement.
By a 13-5 vote, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the bill after lawmakers tacked on a series of amendments.
Cook said that Apple Inc. has likely become the “country’s largest corporate income taxpayer.”
“The time to act and turn the tide against Assad is now,” Chairman Robert Menendez said.
The Republican Senator from Oklahoma issued a statement assuring victims in his state “that any and all available aid will be delivered without delay.”
The U.S. has an important role in the Arab world, said Albright.
Shulman said that the was “saddened” and “dismayed” by the Inspector General report released by the agency last week.