Senators jockey over ban on Internet taxes

December 15, 2015

Lawmakers are battling over how long to renew a ban on state and local taxes of Internet access. A customs package that had been slated to hit the Senate floor would ban the taxes indefinitely, locking in place a policy that has been around since 1998. But a Senate aide on Tuesday said work on the customs bill will be pushed to January because of delays on the year-end government funding package.


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