As was widely expected a bunch of Senators have released a bill that tries to set up a 25% tax on online porn. Of course, by telling us all the details over the past few weeks, they've made it easy to point out immediately that the bill is almost certainly unconstitutional. Still, that assumes it gets anywhere, which it might not. Either way, though, it seems like a waste of time disguised as a grandstanding effort to appear more moral in a world where politicians seem to be trying to shove each other aside to prove who's more moral.
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