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CTIA Statement on the U.S. House Introduction of the Digital Goods and Services Tax Fairness Act

I issued the following statement this afternoon:

“CTIA greatly appreciates the leadership of Congressmen Lamar Smith and Steve Cohen, who yesterday introduced the Digital Goods and Services Tax Fairness Act. The Smith-Cohen bill will provide sensible, ‘bright-line’ rules for how digital goods should be treated by state taxing authorities and protect consumers from multiple, discriminatory taxes when they download a book or a movie to a mobile device. Creating a national framework for digital trade will help electronic commerce flourish and facilitate economic growth. We look forward to working with Smith and Cohen to move this bill through the legislative process as quickly as possible next year.”

 

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