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Jim Kouri, Examiner.com

An additional 16 Tea Party and conservative organizations signed on to a lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service filed in federal court in the nation's capital on Monday, according to the class-action suit's lead attorney.

Attorney Jay Sekulow, the founder and leader of the American Center for Law and Justice filed the amended lawsuit by adding an additional organizations, including a pro-life group, to the complaint.

According to Sekulow the addition groups brings the total number of organizations represented in the court challenge to 41. . . .

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