WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 (UPI) -- The U.S. House of Representatives clerk's office says ex-Rep. Mark Foley's alcohol rehabilitation program is being paid for by a taxpayer funded medical plan. Salley Collins, a spokeswoman for the clerk's office, said the Florida Republican is covered by
The Bush Administration, with strong support in Congress, is attempting to extend the ban on Internet access taxes permanently -- an action that experts think will come just in time to feed the broadband explosion.
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