We can't figure out why there has not been much publicity about this action, but time is running out.
On November 1, 2007, the current moratorium on Internet taxes will expire and consumers could face an immediate increase in taxes for Internet access. Congress must act now to ensure that consumers are not discouraged from accessing the Internet by unnecessary taxes.
Please don't let the Internet tax moratorium expire. We strongly urge you to support a long-term expansion of the Internet Tax Freedom Act (S.156 & H.R. 743) to help spur broadband deployment and keep the Internet tax free.
Contact our Congress reps. to let them know you don't want any more taxes.
Jim & Mildred Simpkins, Imlay City
October 10, 2007