Congressman Rick Boucher is serving his tenth term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He originated the House Internet Caucus in 1996 and currently serves as one of two House co-chairman of the 140 member group. In that position he is a leading architect of federal policy for the Internet. His first Internet related legislation, which became law in 1993, authorized electronic commerce by permitting for the first time, messages with commercial content to traverse the Internet backbone.
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