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    COMMITTEE: House Judiciary Committee

    06/29/2000

    SUB-COMMITTEE: Commercial and Administrative Law Subcommittee

    EVENT: Commercial and Administrative Law Subcommittee hearing on H. R. 4267, the Internet Tax Reform and Reduction Act of 2000; H. R. 4460, the Internet Tax Simplification Act of 2000; H. R. 4462, the Fair and Equitable Interstate Tax Compact Simplification Act of 2000.

    TIME: 10 a.m.

    LOCATION: 2237 Rayburn House Office Building

    CONTACT: 202-225-3951 http://www.house.gov/judiciary

    BILL-NO: H. R. 4267 Retrieve Bill Tracking Report
    Link to Full text of Bill
    H. R. 4460 Retrieve Bill Tracking Report
    Link to Full text of Bill
    H. R. 4462 Retrieve Bill Tracking Report
    Link to Full text of Bill

    PARTICIPANTS: Steven Rauschenberger, Illinois state senator; Ray Haynes, California state senator; Rodney Strain, Jr., sheriff and ex-officio tax collector, Covington, LA; Tom Stemberg, CEO, Staples, Framingham, MA; Harley Duncan, executive director, Federation of Tax Administrators; Gary Rappaport, president and CEO, The Rappaport Companies, Vienna, VA; Mark Nebergall, president, Software Finance and Tax Executives Council; Larry Good, senior vice president, Electronic Commerce Association; Scott Walters, vice president for research and development, TAXWARE International, Salem, MA; Robert Benham, owner and president, Balliet's, L.L.C., Oklahoma City, OK; Frank Julian, operational vice president and tax counsel, Federated Department Stores, Cincinnati, OH; Erick Gustafson, director of technology and communications policy, Citizens for a Sound Economy; James Hunt, president and CEO, Ernst and Young Technologies, Inc., Chantilly, VA; Arthur Rosen, McDermott, Will & Emery, New York, NY; Peter Lowy, co-president, Westfield America, Los Angeles, CA

    TYPE: Hearing

    TICKER: FD (NYSE) (53%);

    PERSON: GARY B RAPPAPORT (70%);

    LN-ORG: CITIZENS FOR A SOUND ECONOMY (52%);

    COUNTRY: EUROPE (56%); NORTH AMERICA (52%);

    CITY: VIENNA, AUSTRIA (56%); CINCINNATI, OH, USA (52%);

    COMPANY: CITIZENS FOR A SOUND ECONOMY (52%); BURDINES INC (78%); FEDERATED DEPARTMENT STORES INC (53%);

    SUBJECT: Tax Bills; ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE (88%);

    on 6/29/00.