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D.C. Council votes to end municipal bond tax, spend Internet sales tax

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The D.C. Council, setting aside its members' annual frustrations about a public budget fashioned in private, voted unanimously on Wednesday to support a $10 billion plan that would increase Circulator bus fares, end the city's tax on certain bonds and earmark a potential spigot of Internet sales tax dollars to ease traffic fines. But for the most part, the District's budget for the 2014 fiscal...

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