Washington (Nov. 10, 2003) -- Cash-strapped states may be disappointed to learn that the U.S. Senate is expected to join the House in renewing a ban on Internet access taxes.
State and local governments fear the loss of up to billions of dollars in potential revenue if the ban stays in effect, according to a USA Today report.
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