Senators Suggest 2-Year Extension of Internet Tax Ban

Vadum, Matthew
November 2003
Bond Buyer;11/7/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31757, p9
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Reports on the proposal of four senators for a two-year extension of the controversial moratorium on Internet access taxes and Internet-specific taxes in the U.S. Purpose to narrow the definition of Internet access to minimize future state and local tax losses; Efforts to make the ban permanent; Opportunity to deal with issues related to telecommunications taxes.


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