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Byline: Jay Ambrose Scripps Howard News Service
On the second day of Senate hearings into misconduct by the Internal Revenue Service, even Michael Dolan, the agency's acting chief, admitted the criticisms were valid. He is therefore calling a session of top district officials from throughout the United States to talk things over. He is also requiring the districts to start holding monthly meetings with taxpayers and has announced plans to crack down on collection quotas and delays in correcting billing errors.
Good for Dolan. His reaction is far superior to those in public life who, having stared unpleasant facts in the face, then deny …