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Push Back Against Agenda Of The IRS By The State Lawmakers

Biden’s Administration and Democrats in Congress do not permit the IRS to monitor financial transactions of more than $600 per month. In addition to this, the IRS will not be able to monitor accounts that spend 10,000 or more. State lawmakers can fight against a power grab by the IRS in several ways.

The IRS will not regulate the transactions through user payment apps, including PayPal Venmo and cash apps. However, it has a new requirement of reporting total transactions exceeding $600 in value per year.

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The state resolutions, such as in Arizona and Florida, have asked Congress to stop this type of proposal.

According to Maine state Rep. John Andrews, a Republica, he filed the first-in-the-nation resolution to protect constituents from the Biden administration’s proposed unwarranted snooping into private citizens’ bank accounts. He added that other state lawmakers are looking into the problem closely. According to Forbes, his resolution was approved when it came up for a vote.

Other state legislatures have joined Maine in taking action to resist the proposal.

He said to FOX Business that state legislatures are the ground level for public policy. We need to stand up, be proactive and protect those we represent. However, the Arizona House of Representatives passed a resolution that was sponsored by the chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee. The resolution urges Congress to oppose the requirements included in Biden’s proposal.

Some Democrats in the legislature pushed back against the resolution.

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Forbes quoted Bolick saying, “Alexander Hamilton predicted in Federalist Paper 26 that state lawmakers will be not only vigilant but suspicious and jealous guardians of the rights of the citizens against encroachments from the federal government”.

According to Rep. Bob Rommel, the Biden administration’s tax increase proposal fails to consider cybersecurity risks and burdens on Americans. He sponsored the same resolution that awaits action by the full House.

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