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tax moratorium to EXPIRE

might be picked up before session ends, but as for sales taxes...

     
10:15 pm on Oct 18, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Republicans and Democrats insisted Thursday that they would resolve their differences and pass an extension of the moratorium before adjourning for the year. There may be an effort to take up the House-passed two-year extension next week in the Senate and allow votes on a series of sales tax amendments.
Ban on Internet tax expiring Sunday [nandotimes.com]
7:20 am on Oct 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Isn't it funny, that they actually got together in the first place and said they weren't going to tax the internet? Like they really needed to comment on it at all! Gee don't suppose this is phase one to 'soften the blow' for tax payers eh?
2:51 pm on Oct 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

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DoC Tells Senate To Pass Tax Ban [internetnews.com]
...we need to say no to new taxes and extend the Internet moratorium for at least two years. In a time of uncertainty, we must continue to reassure consumers, businesses, and markets that we continue to create the right environment for growth.
 

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