Senator Blasts E-Mail Tax Plan That Groups Say Doesn't Exist

Vadum, Matthew
October 2003
Bond Buyer;10/17/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31742, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Senator Ron Wyden has accused state and local government advocacy groups of trying to get a member of the U.S. Congress to insert a proposal to tax electronic mail into the Internet Tax Non-Discrimination Act. Opposition of Wyden on the legislative draft; Taxation of specific activities and services provided through the Internet; Continuation of the moratorium on unfair and discriminatory Internet taxes.


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