Tuesday, December 5, 2017


WASHINGTON – Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) has identified areas of “wasteful and inefficient” spending across the federal government in his latest “Federal Fumbles” report in a bid to prevent future increases to the growing national debt.
“The IRS has a program to improve tax return auditing procedures but does not fully utilize it. IRS’ most recent analysis estimates that $458 billion a year is lost due to incorrect or fraudulently filed returns,” read Lankford’s report.
According to the “Federal Fumbles” report, “Last year, DOT gave $1.04 billion to expand the San Diego trolley line by 10 miles (so just under $100 million a mile). Money could have paid for 100 to a 250-milelong four-lane highway.”

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