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Wisconsin sportsmen's group misled committee on tax status

7:26 PM, Sep. 4, 2013
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At least one member of the politically connected sportsmen's group awarded a $500,000 state grant Tuesday knew it did not have federal tax-exempt status last week when its president assured a committee recommending approval of the grant that it did, according to records released by the state Department of Natural Resources.

DNR released a letter dated Aug. 22 from the IRS in which United Sportsmen of Wisconsin Foundation was informed that its request for an expedited consideration of its application for 501(c)3 status was being denied. The letter was addressed to group member Annette ...

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