A growing controversy in Washington involving the Internal Revenue Service could mean big changes in the way the agency regulates the political activity of tax-exempt organizations, according to election law experts.

At the White House and on Capitol Hill, President Obama and members of both political parties expressed outrage Monday at reports that the IRS had used political criteria to target conservative groups for extra scrutiny on 501(c)4 applications.

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