Even as dozens of Idahoans are testifying to JFAC that Idaho should look to more revenue - including, many have suggested, possibly taxing Internet sales - rather than cutting services to the disabled, House Speaker Lawerence Denney has single-handedly sidelined a bill that was moving along to open the door to future online taxes/Betsy Russell, Eye On Boise. More here.
- Medicaid hearing wraps up after 4 hours
- Testimony: Tax Internet services, don't cut services to disabled
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Question: Should Internet sales be taxed to raise revenue for cash-strapped Idaho?