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Submission + - California lawmaker proposes music download tax (dailynews.com)

modemac writes: "Sacramento, California Assemblyman Charles Calderon (D) wants to expand a 75-year-old sales tax on "tangible personal property" to include music downloads from iTunes and other music-download sites. The tax would specifically apply to music downloads, but the estimate used in this article for revenue generated by 'Net downloading also "includes pornography downloads." The measure, AB 1956, will be considered on Monday, April 14th."
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California lawmaker proposes music download tax

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