Colorado bill would *prohibit* most taxes on VoIP

Well, it's about time at least one state legislator stepped up for the VoIP community. As I've learned from your feedback and Trackbacks, you aretired of beingperceived as a cash cowfor state governments that are afraid to raise other taxes or institute budgetary efficiencies.

Well, it's about time at least one state legislator stepped up for the VoIP community. As I've learned from your feedback and Trackbacks, you aretired of beingperceived as a cash cowfor state governments that are afraid to raise other taxes or institute budgetary efficiencies.

VoIP industry mover and shaker Jeff Pulver reports today that a new bill in the ColoradoGeneral Assemblywould prohibit Colorado and local jurisdictions from imposing regulations on VoIP.

The only exceptions would be fees to subsidize emergency services.

At last, a state has got it right. Quit looking atVoIP usersas an easy mark.

Agree? Would you like to see more bills like this? I'd like to see your comments in Talkback.

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