CONGRESS EYES INTERNET TAXESWASHINGTON, D.C. - Two bills circulating on Capitol Hill are looking at different ways to generate tax revenue from the Internet.

Recently, a number of state and local governments have resumed a lobbying push, asking Congress for the ability to impose sales taxes on purchases made over the Internet, along with the ability to charge monthly taxes on Internet connections.

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