E-rate bill held up in Congress

12/1/2004 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

The Universal Service Administration Company, which runs the E-rate subsidy program helping schools and libraries connect to the Internet, says it will have to raise taxes on interstate calls by 13% or more beginning Jan. 1, due to a change in accounting rules. Although relief legislation has been proposed in Congress, its passage before the end of the year looks unlikely.

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