Streaming services fight franchise taxes in Legislature


A bill exempting streaming services from local franchise taxes that could potentially be passed on to cable television cord-cutters is nearing passage in the Kansas Legislature.

The bill, backed by Dish Network and DirecTV, would head off a class-action lawsuit brought by the city of Fort Scott against Netflix and Hulu in an effort to . . .


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