Keep The Internet Tax Free

Though the US Senate has passed an extension of the Internet Tax Moratorium and sent the bill to the House, the battle is nowhere near over.

As I wrote a week ago, the moratorium should be made permanent. Apparently my one of my US Senators, John Sununu (R - NH), agrees and is working hard to make it happen.

On November 1st 2007- only six days from today- the ban on Internet taxes will expire. Democrats in the Senate are fighting to ensure that options remain on the table and that no permanent ban is ever passed.

My Senator, John Sununu has been on the leading edge of the fight to make the Internet tax ban permanent.

Earlier this month Senator Sununu re-introduced the “Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act of 2007″ under rule 14 of the Senate which allows the bill to become eligible for a vote immediately.

Democrats are fighting hard to keep Internet taxes alive, supporting vague and temporary measures that could leave open taxes on Internet access, e-mails and Internet purchases.

If you're of a like mind, I strongly suggest that you go to this website set up by the NH GOP and sign the petition to let Senator Sununu know that you support his efforts to keep the Internet tax free.

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