Charter Statement on David Redl’s Confirmation as NTIA Administrator
November 8, 2017
The proposed tax reform legislation introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives would establish a corporate tax rate that enables U.S. businesses to compete in the global economy and provide broadband companies the freedom to invest further in deployment and infrastructure upgrades. Charter is particularly encouraged by the proposal to establish a ‘thin cap’ on interest deductibility for companies like ours who invest billions of dollars year after year in our broadband infrastructure and in growing our diverse and insourced workforce. We look forward to working with Congress and the White House to enact legislation that will spur broadband deployment and job creation, as well as ensure our nation’s global competitiveness.
Catherine Bohigian, Executive Vice President, Government Affairs