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- Date: Fri, 19 Jun 98 20:00:38 MEZ
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Subject: Re: ISP Associations at the state level?
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Try the Texas Internet Providers Association. Active. Effective. Biggest
in the country, we think.
W Scott McCollough
W. Scott McCollough, P.C.
1801 North Lamar, Suite 104
Austin, Texas 78701
From: Kai Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, June 18, 1998 9:34 AM
Subject: ISP Associations at the state level?
>Does anyone here know of any other attempts to organize ISPs at the
>Contact information, in particular, would be very helpful, as the
>group here is interested in how other groups have been organized and
>what issues they've successfully tackled.
We've been prettty effective on state taxation issues; turned back an
attempt to require municipal franchises; participate in state regulatory
proceedings that affect us, and have semi-monthly meetings in different
areas of the state where vendors fight to make presentations and get
shredded by members (one gave away an $18,000 server as a door prize).
We're sending a delegation to GIAW.
I commend the effort and am sure we can provide helpful information.
Contact Gene Crick, Ex. Dir, at email@example.com.