By Stephen Dinan


The Washington Times
House oversight committee Chairman Darrell E. Issa said Thursday heís baffled that the Justice Department declined to prosecute a government employee who apparently knowingly pried into tax records of a political candidate or donor, and said there should be a way for victims to know their rights have been violated.

He also said letting state officials have access to federal tax records can be dangerous, and thatís one reason to try to rein in the health care law, which will expand access to states that plan on running their own insurance exchanges.

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