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Reuters reports:

Lawmakers accused leaders of the Internal Revenue Service of lying on Friday as they opened the first in a series of investigative hearings about the tax collection agency’s targeting of conservative groups.

Republicans and Democrats said senior IRS officials should have alerted Congress last year when they found out that their examiners were singling out Tea Party groups for intense scrutiny when the groups applied for tax-exempt status.

“That isn’t being misled. That’s lying,” said Republican Dave Camp, chairman of the House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee.

The acting head of the agency, Steven Miller, apologized for the IRS’s actions and said they stemmed from poor management, rather than a partisan desire to punish conservative groups.

“I did not mislead Congress or the American people,” said Miller, who was fired by President Barack Obama on Wednesday. “I think what happened here is that foolish mistakes were made by people trying to be more efficient.”