A Permanent Internet Tax Ban – Wall Street Journal

End-of-session group gropes rarely yield good results in Congress, and we have been steeling ourselves for the usual damage. But for a change, it looks like there will also be some good news. Members of a House-Senate conference committee have approved a permanent extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act.

On Wednesday congressional negotiators signed and posted their conference report on a trade facilitation bill, which includes the permanent ban on email and Internet access taxes that online consumers have long…

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