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Senate invokes new filibuster restrictions to confirm IRS chief

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The Senate voted Friday to confirm President Obama's pick to head the beleaguered Internal Revenue Service, which has been under intense congressional scrutiny over its treatment of Tea Party groups seeking tax exempt status. John Koskinen was confirmed in a 59-36 vote, below the 60-vote approval threshold that would have been required before Senate Democrats changed the chamber's rules to...

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