Today members of the House Ways and Means Committee voted to pass three tax-related bills. One bill (H.R. 3832) would require the IRS to notify victims of identity theft and impose new criminal penalties on thieves; it was unanimously approved after the Committee adopted several amendments offered by Reps. John Lewis (D-GA) and Bill Pascrell (D-NJ). Another bill (H.R. 5053) would limit contributor information reported by a section 501(c) tax-exempt organization on its annual information return by eliminating Schedule B. The third bill (H.R. 3209) would allow the IRS to share taxpayer information with the police to help find missing children.