Sounding upbeat economic notes, Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki talked Wednesday of federal Internet taxation, state legislative matters and Nevada’s rebranding efforts. Speaking at a breakfast gathering of the Northern Nevada Development Authority in the Carson Nugget, he also dipped into plans for the Silver State’s imminent birthday party to celebrate its sesquicentennial, or 150th year, in 2014. Yet it was his reply to a question on Internet taxation matters in the nation’s capital that grabbed attention. “I am a little dumbfounded,” he said, quickly explaining reports from Washington, D.C. indicate sales taxes impacting business on the Internet may get traction …
Nevada’s Krolicki says Internet sales tax possible, state could get $200 million
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