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Earlier Mark Newgent discussed the shuffle on Martin O’Malley’s Internet sales tax-gas tax scheme, in which the full phase-in of the gas tax will occur in 2016 if and only if Congress authorizes the taxation of internet sales under the Marketplace Fairness Act. The impact of the Internet tax on the taxpayer won’t be to reduce taxes, but just to play games with where the taxes are going to come from.
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