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Monday, July 15, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Increasing Military Budget
1996-07-15

IRS Auctioning Homes of War Tax Resisters

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Tomorrow the IRS will try once again to auction the home and land of private citizens who are war tax resistors. They have refused to pay federal taxes for decades. The IRS tried to sell the home of Elizabeth Gravalos and Arthur Harvey last month but there were no offers to buy it. It is the first time in seven years the IRS will try to sell the home of war tax resisters. The Maine home is in the small town of Hartford. Claire Holman reports.


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