Santa Fe, NM 87505
Margaret Milner Richardson, IRS Commissioner
12th St. and Constitution Ave. N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20500
Dear Ms. Richardson,
Please find enclosed copies that ought to be of interest to you.
Since I don’t know if there is a significant statistical correlation between the record number of IRS levies in 1994 and the record number of bankruptcies and foreclosures this year, I don’t know that my worry about an increase in suicides is founded.
I have not yet sent a copy of my June 19th letter to you to Mark Cox.
I am very curious whether, since I said I would copy it to him, you yourself ignored it.
If you have ignored it, I want to ask you to please begin thinking about what IRS is really doing to people, about the consequences of unjust actions, and about the need for a National Sates Tax with quarterly refunds to low income people.
I think that one of the reasons I have not yet sent it to him, is to put the onus on you. I don’t want you to think, “Oh, Albuquerque will deal with this, I don’t have to think about it.”