The stakes are high for theAdvisory Commission on Electronic Commerce, the group charged with advisingCongress whether and how to tax Internet transactions.

A fiery public debate atthe group’s second meeting last week in New York City reminded the 19 commissionmembers that any recommendations they make will have far-reaching ramifications.

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