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Short Take: House leader wants "e-contract"

House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-Texas) will introduce an "e-contract" to ensure the federal government keeps its hands off the Internet. "Cutting-edge technology demands a cutting-edge agenda that ensures the high-tech industry will be free to continue innovating. In 1994 we crafted the Contract With America to address a broad range of concerns. I think now we need a specific contract geared towards high-tech issues," he said in a statement.

House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-Texas) will introduce an "e-contract" to ensure the federal government keeps its hands off the Internet. "Cutting-edge technology demands a cutting-edge agenda that ensures the high-tech industry will be free to continue innovating. In 1994 we crafted the Contract With America to address a broad range of concerns. I think now we need a specific contract geared towards high-tech issues," he said in a statement.