Tax reformers slated to meet with lawmakers and government officials later this month to discuss the federal income tax have announced that the meeting has been postponed, most likely until October.

Bob Schulz of the We The People Foundation, which is sponsoring the hearings, was informed by Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, R-Md., an event participant, that because of the terrorist attacks in New York City and on the Pentagon, the hearings had to be put off.

No date in October has been set, but “tax honesty” advocates were quick to note that the hearings have not been canceled outright.

WorldNetDaily is still planning to cover the event when it is rescheduled. It was originally scheduled for Sept. 24-26.

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