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(WXIA) -- Online shoppers could soon be paying sales taxes.
The U.S. Senate is expected to vote Monday on the Internet sales tax bill.
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The measure has already survived three procedural votes and is expected to pass the Senate. If it passes, it will head to the House, where anti-tax forces could defeat it. But cash-strapped states are anxious to get revenue from Internet sales.
The law would only apply to online sellers that have sales of at least $1 million in states where they don't have physical operations, such as a store or warehouse.