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H.R.3678 Internet Tax Freedom Act Amendments Act of 2007, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Oct 31, 2007 Became Public Law No: 110-108.

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  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on October 30, 2007, with a roll call of 402 ayes, 0 nays, and 30 not voting.

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    • Wyden Leads and Succeeds in 110th Congress - December 23, 2008 by Welcome to KWVR Radio - Under the new Internet Tax Freedom Extension Act, HR. 3678, Wyden gained specific protections for the most commonly used Internet services, including email, instant messaging and storage services. "These services have sparked ...

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      As noted by Welcome to KWVR Radio on December 23, 2008, "Under the new Internet Tax Freedom Extension Act, HR. 3678, Wyden gained specific protections for the most commonly used Internet services, including email, instant messaging and storage services. "These services have sparked ..." (http://kwvrradio.net/main/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=595:wyden-leads-and-succeeds-in-110th-congress&catid=57:congresssenate&Itemid=62)
    • Amherst Times » Blog Archive » HIGGINS VOTES FOR EXTENSION OF ... - November 24, 2008 by The Amherst Times - Today, Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-27) joined his colleagues in the House of Representatives to approve H.R. 3678, a bill placing a seven year extension on the Internet Tax Moratorium. The legislation approved by Congress continues ...

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      As noted by The Amherst Times on November 24, 2008, "Today, Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-27) joined his colleagues in the House of Representatives to approve H.R. 3678, a bill placing a seven year extension on the Internet Tax Moratorium. The legislation approved by Congress continues ..." (http://amhersttimes.wnymedia.net/2007/10/31/higgins-votes-for-extension-of-internet-tax-freedom-amendments-act/)
    • Noblesse Oblige » Democrats Block Permanent Ban on Internet Taxation - October 20, 2008 by Noblesse Oblige - In addition to the temporary extension of the tax prohibition, HR 3678 also extends the grandfather provisions for the handful of states that had taxed the Internet prior to 1998 and exempts states that collect gross receipts taxes. ...

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      As noted by Noblesse Oblige on October 20, 2008, "In addition to the temporary extension of the tax prohibition, HR 3678 also extends the grandfather provisions for the handful of states that had taxed the Internet prior to 1998 and exempts states that collect gross receipts taxes. ..." (http://noblesseoblige.org/wordpress/2007/10/19/landrieu-all-ur-intarweb-r-belong-to-us/)

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    • Taxing the Internet and Other Games - November 12, 2007 by Human Events, DC - HR 3678, the “Internet Tax Freedom Act Amendment Acts of 2007,” prohibits multiple and discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce including internet access ...

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      As noted by Human Events, DC on November 12, 2007, "HR 3678, the “Internet Tax Freedom Act Amendment Acts of 2007,” prohibits multiple and discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce including internet access ..." (http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=23392)
    • US Internet Tax Exemption Extended - November 04, 2007 by IDEX Online, Israel - The act, HR 3678, prohibits multiple and discriminatory taxes on online commerce was set to expire November 1. It was first approved in 1998 for a three ...

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      As noted by IDEX Online, Israel on November 04, 2007, "The act, HR 3678, prohibits multiple and discriminatory taxes on online commerce was set to expire November 1. It was first approved in 1998 for a three ..." (http://www.idexonline.com/portal_FullNews.asp?id=28678)
    • Small Business on Capitol Hill (and Beyond) - November 01, 2007 by Washington Post, United States - The House on Tuesday, by a vote of 402-0, passed the Senate version of HR 3678, which extends a moratorium on Internet access taxes for seven years. ...

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      As noted by Washington Post, United States on November 01, 2007, "The House on Tuesday, by a vote of 402-0, passed the Senate version of HR 3678, which extends a moratorium on Internet access taxes for seven years. ..." (http://blog.washingtonpost.com/small-business/2007/11/small_business_on_capitol_hill_1.html)
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