The rise in business conducted over the internet could cost state and local governments more than $54 billion in lost sales tax revenues by 2011, according to a new study.

Spurred by these latest figures, some state and local policy makers and education officials are urging Congress to intercede to help states collect sales taxes on items purchased online.

The study, released Oct. 2 by the Center for Business and Research


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