Letter to New Hampshire Legislature Regarding Expanding Municipal Networks
Expanding municipal networks is not only unnecessary but potentially risky, It would enable local governments to expand outside of their appropriate sphere and into the illegitimate role of competing with the private sector.
Coalition Letter in Support of Permanent Internet Tax Freedom
Since 1998, the federal government has prohibited states and localities from imposing such taxes. This has helped Americans from all backgrounds gain access to the Internet. The economic and educational benefits of this policy are vast and immeasurable. It is long past time for Congress to make permanent the ban on Internet access taxes.
Letter to the FCC Regarding the the Charter-Time Warner Cable-Bright House Networks Transaction
Coalition Letter Supporting Strong Protections for All Types of IP
A coalition of 85 organizations from 51 countries calls for global policymakers to bear serious consideration to the integral role that the IP rights of innovators, creators and entrepreneurs plays in economic, technological and cultural advancement.
Coalition Letter Urging Congress to Defend U.S. Interests from BEPS Tax Grab
Twenty free market and taxpayer advocacy organizations warn Congress about the dangers posed to U.S. interests and the global economy by the work of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS).
Coalition Letter Opposing Remote Transactions Parity Act
Like the failed Marketplace Fairness Act, this act would dismantle proper limits on state tax-collection authority while potentially causing serious damage to electronic and interstate commerce.
Coalition Letter to Congress in Support of TPA
TPA is a necessary step to get Congress moving on a long-stalled trade agenda.
House Small Business Committee Hearing
In comments prepared for the House Small Business Committee, NTU's Pete Sepp cites IPI president Tom Giovanetti's March 2015 analysis examining the impact on business decision-making around the up-and-down turmoil of the Section 179 small business expensing limit over the past few years.
Letter Urging Withdrawal of Funding to O.E.C.D
American taxpayers should not be asked to subsidize international organizations working against U.S. interests.
Letter to Texas Senate Business and Commerce Committee Regarding Anti-competitive TABC Laws
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