Taxing Internet Access
David Quam of National Governors Association and Broderick Johnson of the coalition group “Don’t Tax Our Web” discussed… read more
David Quam of National Governors Association and Broderick Johnson of the coalition group “Don’t Tax Our Web” discussed their differing views on whether states and localities should be allowed to tax Internet access. The current ban by Congress on this type of tax is set to expire in November 2007.
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*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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