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S.1453 ITFA Extension Act of 2007, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: May 23, 2007 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

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    • Democrats fail (at least for now) to protect Net users from taxes ... - May 19, 2008 by CNET News.com - Business Tech - The bill that was supposed to receive a vote, S. 1453, includes only a four-year extension. Mike Wendy, a representative of the CompTIA technology trade association, told me afterward: "We would like to see it permanent. ...

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      As noted by CNET News.com - Business Tech on May 19, 2008, "The bill that was supposed to receive a vote, S. 1453, includes only a four-year extension. Mike Wendy, a representative of the CompTIA technology trade association, told me afterward: "We would like to see it permanent. ..." (http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-9786983-38.html)
    • Ward Churchill, I am Indigenist - November 23, 2007 by SF Gray Panthers - Referred to here is the so-called “Bradley Bill” (S.1453), introduced before the Senate by Bill Bradley in 1987. For analysis, see the special issue of Wicazo Sa Review (Vol. XIV, No. 1, Spring 1988) devoted to the topic. ...

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      As noted by SF Gray Panthers on November 23, 2007, "Referred to here is the so-called “Bradley Bill” (S.1453), introduced before the Senate by Bill Bradley in 1987. For analysis, see the special issue of Wicazo Sa Review (Vol. XIV, No. 1, Spring 1988) devoted to the topic. ..." (http://mlyon01.wordpress.com/2007/11/24/ward-churchill-i-am-indigenist/)
    • WashingtonWatch.com - P.L. 110-108, The Internet Tax Freedom Act ... - November 01, 2007 by WashingtonWatch.com - Welcome to WashingtonWatc... - The Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act of 2007 (S. 2128) · The ITFA Extension Act of 2007 (S. 1453). See Bills on the Same Subject: Actions and defenses, Business, Electronic commerce, Electronic mail systems, Internet, Law, ...

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      As noted by WashingtonWatch.com - Welcome to WashingtonWatc... on November 01, 2007, "The Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act of 2007 (S. 2128) · The ITFA Extension Act of 2007 (S. 1453). See Bills on the Same Subject: Actions and defenses, Business, Electronic commerce, Electronic mail systems, Internet, Law, ..." (http://www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/show/110_PL_110-108.html)

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    • Paulson, Gutierrez: Permanently Ban Net Taxes - October 03, 2007 by WebCPA, NY - The Senate Commerce Committee plans to mark up S.1453, the Internet Tax Freedom Extension Act of 2007, on Thursday. In a joint statement, the two cabinet ...

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      As noted by WebCPA, NY on October 03, 2007, "The Senate Commerce Committee plans to mark up S.1453, the Internet Tax Freedom Extension Act of 2007, on Thursday. In a joint statement, the two cabinet ..." (http://www.webcpa.com/article.cfm?articleid=25519&pg=washthiswk)
    • Democrats fail (at least for now) to protect Net users from taxes - September 27, 2007 by WebCPA - The bill that was supposed to receive a vote, S. 1453, includes only a four-year extension. Mike Wendy, a representative of the CompTIA technology trade ...

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      As noted by WebCPA on September 27, 2007, "The bill that was supposed to receive a vote, S. 1453, includes only a four-year extension. Mike Wendy, a representative of the CompTIA technology trade ..." (http://www.news.com/8301-13578_3-9786983-38.html)
    • Democrats fail (at least for now) to protect Net users from taxes - September 26, 2007 by CNet News.com Blog - The bill that was supposed to receive a vote, S. 1453, includes only a four-year extension. Mike Wendy, a representative of the CompTIA technology trade ...

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      As noted by CNet News.com Blog on September 26, 2007, "The bill that was supposed to receive a vote, S. 1453, includes only a four-year extension. Mike Wendy, a representative of the CompTIA technology trade ..." (http://www.news.com/8301-13578_3-9786983-38.html?tag=repblg)
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