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Caplin & Drysdale's Christopher Rizek Testifies at a Capitol Hill Hearing About Federal Employees With Delinquent Taxes

March 19, 2010, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, The Washington Post, etc.

Christopher S. Rizek, Caplin & Drysdale's General Counsel, testified at a hearing on Capitol Hill about a bill on federal employees with delinquent taxes. Click here to watch the webcast of the hearing. Other media mentions on this topic include:

Effort to Ax Tax-Delinquent Feds Draws Fire
Federal Daily
March 19, 2010

Bill Targets Tax-Delinquent Federal Workers
The Washington Post
March 18, 2010

Barring Tax Debtors From Federal Jobs - Testimony of Christopher S. Rizek
CQ Congressional Testimony
March 17, 2010

Lawmakers, Employee Groups Clash Over Tax Bill
Government Executive
March 17, 2010


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