WASHINGTON -- In a surprise move, the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday declined to review a Connecticut high court ruling invalidating a law requiring catalog purveyors to collect taxes on mail order sales.

The court's refusal to hear arguments in the case, Revenue Commissioner v. SFA Folio Collections Inc., further muddies an already murky area of law.

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