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Key Vote

Key Vote: YES on the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act, H.R. 3086

As one of our over 6.5 million FreedomWorks activists nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and ask him or her to vote YES on the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act, H.R. 3086, sponsored by Rep. Bob Goodlatte and cosponsored by more than 200 Representatives from both parties.

07/14/2014
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Op-ed Placement

The FCC's Mission Pivot Imperils the Internet

The Federal Communications Commission has sparked controversy with talk of new broadband policies that may have granted Internet service providers (ISPs) a degree of flexibility in pricing for purposes of traffic management. While the recognition of the economic realities of broadband management is significant, proponents of net neutrality have sounded the alarm bells, decrying the creation of a "fast lane" for those companies big enough to afford it. As a result, the FCC has been flexing its regulatory authority to appease its critics.

05/02/2014
Help Stop a Flood of Tax Hikes in North Carolina
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Press Release

Help Stop a Flood of Tax Hikes in North Carolina

Legislators in Raleigh will be considering a new budget any day now, as they face a July 1 deadline.  For government reformers, a new budget sounds like a great idea as North Carolina faces a $4.6 billion deficit.  However, rather than cutting fat and waste in the budget, Governor Beverly Perdue’s plan calls for an additional $1.5 billion in spending for education, even as state revenues fall.How does she and other House and Senate leaders plan to make up this huge difference?  With a big package of new taxes and fees applied inconsistently across the economy, picking and choosing the winners and losers.  The House and Senate are considering different plans, but here are a few of the suggestions on the table that will hurt North Carolina families and businesses.

06/24/2009
McConnell Maneuvers for Permanent Internet Tax Ban Vote
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Blog

McConnell Maneuvers for Permanent Internet Tax Ban Vote

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his allies are gamely continuing the fight for a vote on permanent extension of the internet tax moratorium.  It's a smart move, since majorities in both chambers support a permanent extension but leadership is denying a vote.  Details at Sen. McConnell's web site.

10/24/2007
Permanent Internet Tax Ban Derailed on Capitol Hill
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Blog

Permanent Internet Tax Ban Derailed on Capitol Hill

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Despite large bipartisan majorities in both Chambers, its looking like Congress won't even get to consider a permanent ban on discriminatory taxes on internet access. That's a shame, because the moratorium (which has been in place more or less since 1998) is a clear economic winner, and should become permanent law. Another multi-year extension just keeps uncertainty in the high-tech market. Here's a video montage from a Republican Senate press conference earlier this week calling for a permanent moratorium.

10/16/2007