Congressional action on a soon-to-expire ban on Internet access taxes may be slow going at the moment, but members of the head of the Senate Republican High Tech Task Force says he believes there are enough votes to make the law permanent.
"People use the Internet to access information and purchase goods and services," Sen. Gordon Smith (R-Ore.) said in a call with reporters on Thursday morning. "It is not appropriate to tax someone for walking into a library or a shopping mall. On that rationale, we should not be taxing the Internet."
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