Internet Tax Freedom Act voted out

The House Judiciary Committee voted to permanently prohibit taxing access to the Internet by extending a moratorium enacted by the Internet Tax Freedom Act. This act, which currently prohibits Internet taxation, was set to expire in November 2003--but with the passage of H.R. 49, a permanent ban has been placed on Internet access taxation.

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