Cities See Backlash Against New Taxes on Streaming Video

Cities across the country are seeing a backlash against new taxes on streaming video. Local governments are trying to make up for lost revenue when people “cut the cord” from their cable companies and switch to services like Netflix and Hulu. Carter Evans reports.

The Pasadena has faced opposition for announcing a 9.4% tax on streaming video — calling it a utility.

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