Internet Tax Freedom Act
The bill makes permanent the ban on state and local taxes of customers’ monthly Internet bills.
Providers urge members not to strip out a permanent ban on state and local taxes of Internet access...
A permanent ban was added to a customs and trade enforcement bill.
The bill would permanently extend the ban on taxes for Internet access.
One analysis claimed tough net neutrality rules would lead to $17 billion in taxes.
Lawmakers are getting back to work. Here's what the tech sector is watching...
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) called on the Senate to pass a short-term...
In an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal Thursday, Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), ranking member of the...
The House Judiciary Committee will mark up the bill on Wednesday.
“Excessive taxes will hinder continued growth in the digital space,” Norquist wrote.
A number of other tech-related riders made it in the bill.
Retailers made a similar call a day earlier.
Technology companies and Internet service providers want a quick extension of the ban.
The current ban expires later this year.
Sens. Ron Wyden and John Thune said they are hopeful it can be enacted next year.
The legislative maneuver was the top issue on a trade group's “watchlist for ugly laws."
Senate Democrats are gearing up to pass a short-term extension.
Lawmakers want the bill passed before the August recess.
How will the failure to extend the ITFA affect efforts to expand broadband adoption?
The nation's counties are urging Congress to support the Internet Tax Freedom Act Amendments Act of...