As the House Ways and Means Committee investigates the Internal Revenue Service for targeting of conservative organizations, the committee has asked for help from the American people — by sharing their personal stories of IRS discrimination.
The committee, which began investigating the IRS in 2011, has created a form for anyone affected by the IRS scandal to fill out.
“Your story is critical to moving the investigation forward,” the form reads. “Taking a few minutes to fill out the form below and share your story will allow the Committee to identify key facts and take action to deal with the failures of the IRS.”
The form requires the name, address and phone number of anyone wishing to submit comments and provides a space for any additional information the participant may wish to share.
“Working together, we will get to the bottom of this, and ensure that nothing like this ever happens again,” the website says.
The Ways and Means Committee has already conducted hearings into the IRS’s targeting but is promising to continue with their investigation, according to their website.
Maybe the committee will receive more concrete answers from the American people with their survey then they could get out of acting IRS Commissioner Steve Miller last week.