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IRS spending on videos under fire

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The IRS is under fire for spending $60,000 on two videos spoofing the iconic TV shows “Star Trek” and “Gilligan’s Island.”  The IRS used the “Star Trek” parody to introduce a conference in 2010.

Now the IRS has admitted it was a mistake but maintains that the video based on “Gilligan’s Island,” which is being used to train its employees nationwide, is valuable and saves travel costs.

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