Yesterday's bipartisan vote ensures that state and local governments cannot tax Internet access, which is instrumental in maintaining the Internet's vitality.
Earlier this week, the United States Supreme Court temporarily stopped implementation of the Obama administration's so-called "Clean Power Plan," (CPP) a regulation issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that would dramatically increase utility bills for American consumers.
National Taxpayers Union applauds today's passage of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act, included in H.R. 644, the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act.
It is no wonder that that the House and Senate Budget Committees may be reluctant to hold hearings on the President's new budget. Not inviting the White House budget director to testify on the Administration's proposals would break a streak dating back to the 1970s. But this is largely a déjà vu document of deficit spending that repeats proposals and rosy economic assumptions offered time and again in Obama's previous budgets.
NTU urges all Senators to vote "Yes" on the Conference Report to H.R. 644 and to oppose any attempts to remove a permanent ban on Internet access taxes
On behalf of National Taxpayers Union's Tennessee members, I strongly urge you to reject SB 1134 and HB 1303.
As Congress prepares to craft a comprehensive FAA reauthorization package, lawmakers should explore every option to improve the nation's aviation infrastructure without burdening taxpayers.
A line-by-line analysis of the candidates spending-related proposals offered by the candidates in the debate, and how much they could cost.
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