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CDA II and Tax Issues (fwd)

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> Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 21:46:08 -0400
> From: Robert Hettinga <[email protected]>
> Subject: CDA II and Tax Issues

> Some questions for the eminent Constitutional litigators on this list:  As
> noted in the Freedom Forum article posted by David Burt, the newly-adopted
> Internet Tax Freedom Act contains a provision which makes
> harmful-to-minor-ographers ineligible for the moratorium on Internet taxes.

> Is it possible to challenge the Constitutionality of this provision even
> before any state has rushed to tax on-line peddlers of harmful-to-minor
> materials?  If so, why aren't the ACLU/EFF/EPIC challenging this bill?  Is

Hm, wasn't there a ruling in a similar vein respecting tax on illegal drugs
just recently? It was my understanding it was found to be unconstitutional.

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