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Big Wins In An Otherwise Bad Bill

There is a lot to be upset about in the new 1603 page “CRomnibus” released late last night, much of which we probably haven’t even noticed yet. But Campaign for Liberty scored some important victories in specifically what was not included in the bill. First, there was no policy rider for an unconstitutional ban on […]


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Just say NO to the Lame Duck

I have examined some of the dangers of the planned “lame duck” sessions of Congress here.  Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT) share my concerns. They have written a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, pledging to object to “any non-emergency, substantial and controversial legislation, nominations, or treaties.” More details on the letter […]


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Campaign for Liberty to Congress: No New (Internet) Taxes

Campaign for Liberty has joined a collation of over forty other organizations in a letter urging the Senate to reject efforts to attach the National Internet Tax Mandate to the Internet Access Tax Moratorium. Instead the letter urges the Senate to simply pass the Internet Access Moratorium bill as quickly as possible. Text of the […]


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Will the Senate tax your internet?


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National Internet Tax Mandate Rears its Ugly Head

We face a grave threat over the next two weeks in the Senate of Harry Reid trying to attach the National Internet Tax Mandate to a House passed bill, the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which was intended to prevent new taxes on email and Internet access services. The bill, which may come up as soon […]


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