IRS workers protest the government spending cuts that will result in at least five furlough days without pay.
The Internal Revenue Service is under fire for targeting the tea party and other conservative charity groups for extra scrutiny.
"Hey, hey, ho, ho, sequestration has got to go," IRS workers chanted at a rally in downtown Manhattan this week, waving neon-colored signs protesting government spending cuts and impending furloughs.
More than three months after rushing to file their taxes early, some filers still haven't received refunds from the IRS.
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