Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez called on the Senate to pass a permanent moratorium on taxes for Internet access and electronic commerce.
The Senate Commerce Committee plans to mark up S.1453, the Internet Tax Freedom Extension Act of 2007, on Thursday. In a joint statement, the two cabinet members called on Congress to make permanent the current moratorium on Internet taxes, which is set to expire on Nov. 1.
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