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    This page contains Congressional resolutions. Resolutions indicate the topics that legislators care about, but cannot legislate about.

01-ECWA1 on Jan 1, 2001

Resolution: the e-Contract with High Tech America:
Source: The e-Contract with High Tech America
    Private sector innovation, creativity, and competition led this global transformation-not government direction. Republicans have led the effort, using legislative and oversight functions, to remove barriers to future innovation and growth. Because we believe that freedom is the answer, not government intervention, we pledge to continue our leadership on High-Tech priorities by:
    • Laying the Foundation for a Prosperous High Tech Future
    • Modernizing and reforming our education system to restore accountability, flexibility and innovation to our schools.
    • Ensuring the availability of a well-educated, highly skilled work force.
    • Providing the 21st century energy infrastructure necessary to fuel a 21st century high-tech economy.
    • Promoting research and development.
    • Reducing Excessive Taxation, Regulation and Litigation
    • Continuing to promote tax cut policies that encourage capital formation, investment, and economic growth.
    • Preventing frivolous lawsuits that stifle economic growth.
    • Protecting the Internet from predatory, or multiple and discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce.
    • Enhancing America's Global Leadership
    • Promoting Free Trade, including Trade Promotion Authority.
    • Expanding Digital Opportunities to more Americans.
    • Modernizing trade policies to reflect America's technology leadership.
    • Protecting intellectual property rights.


  • Topic: Technology
  • Headline: Promote e-Contract with High Tech America

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