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AGs urge House to oppose online sales tax

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The attorneys general from three states without sales taxes are urging U.S. House representatives to oppose an Internet tax bill that has already passed the Senate. The bill could require retailers to collect taxes on Internet sales and send the proceeds to the states where the shoppers live. Tim Fox of Montana, Michael Geraghty of Alaska and Ellen Rosenblum of Oregon...

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