Technology companies are picking up the pace of their opposition to internet taxes as a panel appointed by Congress prepares to hold its final hearing in Dallas this month.

Some governors and mayors are pushing for internet sales taxes, fearing that their tax base will erode as internet commerce grows. It's an important issue for schools, too, since they stand to gain from the increased state revenues that internet taxes would provide.

Yet the question remains whether schools would be hurt more if internet growth and development...

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