Critics say allowing private lawyers to assist with the creation of the new regulations could allow them to create rules that benefit their clients, The New York Times reported Friday.
"It's not the fox guarding the hen house; it's the fox designing the hen house," said Paul Light, a New York University professor of political science who is an expert on the federal work force.
"Whoever's pen the first draft comes out of has a big advantage," Graham said.
However, IRS Chief Counsel Donald Korb said the IRS would not allow the program to be abused and IRS lawyers would review all new regulations before they went into effect, the Times said.
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