A Southern California assemblyman on Monday shelved legislation that would have blocked cities from taxing streaming video services such as Netflix and Hulu.
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There's no city in California that taxes streaming video services such as Hulu and Netflix, a potential revenue source that other jurisdictions, across the country, are eyeing. One Southern California assemblyman wants to block any California city from adopting any such taxing scheme.