Stimulus Money Convinces New York to Nix Digital Download Tax

Gamers who live in the state of New York are already experiencing a benefit from President Obama’s recently-passed stimulus package.

CNN reports that New York has scrapped a plan to tax digital downloads such as iTunes music and video game DLC.

Instead, Gov. David Paterson and New York legislators will utilize $1.3 billion in stimulus money to help balance the state budget.

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