This one appears to be a no-brainer to me. The Senate reintroduced a bill that would permanently ban taxes on Internet access. From Net Neutrality to SEC regulations on the Internet of Things, we see an ever-increasing push from elected and appointed officials to get their hands around the Internet. Many of these efforts, even if good intentioned, will inevitably slow the innovation engine that has powered so much of the last fifteen years of industry. This bill is a sensible effort to draw at least one line in the sand. Senators Heller and Ayotte should be applauded for taking this position.