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A Federal value-added tax could compete with mainstay of the states: the sales tax.

JUL 6, 1993 1:00am ET

The Clinton administration's talk of a value-added tax - essentially a national sales tax - has thrown a spotlight on the troubles the states are having in broadening their own sales taxes.

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