Today, Grover Norquist in conjunction with Katie McAuliffe, Executive Director of Digital Liberty, sent out a letter to House Representatives to co-sponsor the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act (PITFA) H.R.3086 in order to protect their constituents from government taxation.

The Internet Tax Freedom Act passed in 1998 restricts the taxation of Internet access by local and federal governments and has three times been reinstated. PITFA takes a step further and makes these restrictions permanent, giving consumers and businesses protection from burdensome government taxation.

You can read the letter: Here