Internet Tax Ban Making Rounds in Congress Again

Vadum, Matthew
January 2003
Bond Buyer;1/9/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31549, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that a couple of lawmakers in the U.S. have reintroduced a legislation in the Congress related to the levying of internet-related taxes by states. Apprehensions by states regarding revenue losses; Politicians who introduced the act; Appeal of the act with some legislators.


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