Senate Debate Over Internet Access Tax Threatens to Get Ugly

Vadum, Matthew
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/28/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31872, p3
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Reports on the debate over Internet access tax in the U.S. Senate. Battle of senators over legislation to permanently extend the lapsed federal moratorium that prevented state and local governments from taxing Internet access services; Approval of the bill sponsored by senators George Allen and Ron Wyden by the Senate Commerce Committee; Support of the administration of President George W. Bush to the legislation.


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