Internet Access Moratorium Tax bill

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Article summary (how summaries work)
The bill tried to make the moratorium on Internet access taxes and multiple and discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce permanent.[1]


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Scored vote

Scorecard: Information Technology Industry Council 2007-2008 House Scorecard

Org. position: Aye

Description:

"Legislation to amend the Internet Tax Freedom Act to extend the moratorium on certain taxes relating to the Internet and to electronic commerce."

(Original scorecard available at: http://www.itic.org/clientuploads/scorecards/13307_ITI_VoteGuide_FINAL.pdf)

Scored vote

Scorecard: U.S. Chamber of Commerce 2007 House Scorecard

Org. position: Aye

Description:

"With the support of the Chamber, the House passed H.R. 3678, the Internet Tax Freedom Act Amendments Act of 2007, 402-0. The legislation provided for the extension of the Internet tax moratorium for an additional seven years, through November 1, 2014. Every day, millions of Americans make countless transactions online, doing everything from buying products to managing their bank accounts. Extension of the Internet tax moratorium prevents consumers from unnecessary and burdensome taxes on Internet access."

(Original scorecard available at: http://www.uschamber.com/issues/legislators/07htv_house.htm)


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References

  1. Internet Access Moratorium Tax bill on [1].

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