In a big break for online shoppers, web retailers generally don't have to charge sales taxes in states where they lack a store or some other physical presence. But increasingly, states aching under the weight of the recession are seeking a way around that rule, reports the Associated Press -- an effort that could have large implications for state education budgets. Because companies such as Inc. get help drumming up sales from online affiliates--people who link to products on their blogs, promote web shopping deals, and offer coupons--several states say the internet retailers should charge sales taxes in states...

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