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With Internet commerce escalating at warp speed, states and localities are eyeing e-transactions as possible sources of tax revenue--not good news for event planners. If you're selling tapes of seminar sessions, exhibit booth space, or other meeting-related products and services over the Internet, you don't want to be clobbered with an Internet sales tax. But that's exactly what might have happened without the Internet Tax Freedom Act, say members of the Cybertax Coalition, a group of

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