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Short Take: Bill set to ban e-commerce taxes

House policy chairman Christopher Cox (R-California) and Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), authors of two precedent-setting Internet laws, will announce their third bipartisan effort tomorrow, a plan to make their Internet Tax Freedom Act global. The legislation calls on the administration to support a permanent moratorium on global e-commerce tariffs at November's World Trade Organization meeting in Seattle.

House policy chairman Christopher Cox (R-California) and Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), authors of two precedent-setting Internet laws, will announce their third bipartisan effort tomorrow, a plan to make their Internet Tax Freedom Act global. The legislation calls on the administration to support a permanent moratorium on global e-commerce tariffs at November's World Trade Organization meeting in Seattle.