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1. Internet Sales Tax Bill Faces Tough Sell in House -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Traditional retailers and cash-strapped states face a tough sell in the House as they lobby Congress to limit tax-free shopping on the Internet.

The Senate voted 69 to 27 Monday to pass a bill that empowers states to collect sales taxes from Internet purchases. Under the bill, states could require out-of-state retailers to collect sales taxes when they sell products over the Internet, in catalogs, and through radio and TV ads. The sales taxes would be sent to the states where a shopper lives.

2. Internet Sales Tax Bill to Hit Roadblock in House -

WASHINGTON (AP) – A bill to require Internet shoppers to pay sales taxes for online purchases may be cruising through the Senate but it will soon hit a roadblock in the House.

"There's a lot of political difficulty getting through the fog of it looking like a tax increase," said Rep. Steve Womack, R-Ark., one of the main sponsors of the bill in the House.

3. Arkansas Rep. Womack Joins Online Sales Tax Call -

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – GOP congressman Steve Womack is backing a law that would allow states to levy sales tax on online and catalog purchases.

4. Midtown Utopia -

Of Memphis’ tales of humble beginnings, of which there are many, the fluctuating renaissance of the Cooper-Young neighborhood is certainly compelling throughout.

The area has cycled from its 19th century roots to 1970s crime and neglect to its present-day status as one of the largest historic districts in the Southeast, a magnet of all ages and walks of life. All thanks to individuals and organizations that wouldn’t settle for sub-par quality in their tiny town within the bustling Bluff City.

5. House Acts to Ease Small Company Regulations -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The House moved Wednesday to make it easier for small companies and banks to raise capital – and presumably spur economic growth – without being faced with costly federal registration rules.

6. Tea Party Rallies to Keep GOP Cutting Spending -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The tea partyers who helped drive GOP gains in the last election rallied in the city they love to hate Thursday, urging Republican House leaders – Speaker John Boehner above all – to resist the drive toward compromise in the protracted fight over the federal budget. Even, they say, if that means Congress fails to do its most important job: pay for the government.

7. Banks, Businesses Get on Board With Seattle Street Redevelopment -

Cooper-Young stakeholders are rebuilding a dilapidated stretch of property bordering their neighborhood brick by brick, lot by lot.

The project, being spearheaded by the Cooper-Young Development Corp. (CYDC), involves building affordable homes en masse to reverse a tide of blight and urban decay that's corroded a nearby stretch of land.

8. Flying Fish Takes Flying Leap Into Cooper-Young Area -

Long-time friends Tiger Bryant and Raymond Williams have been in the restaurant business since high school, which partly explains why the pair is eager to serve up another addition to the bustling dining corridor in the Cooper-Young neighborhood.

9. CYDC spurring major overhaulin Cooper-Young -

The Cooper-Young Development Corporation's mission is to promote economic vitality and quality of life through property development in Midtown's Cooper-Young neighborhood.

In late 2001, the CYDC board voted to expand its work from the core neighborhood to the Seattle Street/McLean Avenue area.

10. New Homes to Go Up in Cooper-Young -

Everyone knows Cooper-Young as the place to go for somewhere eclectic to dine and something interesting to buy. Starting next year, new homes should begin popping up in the southeast portion of the neighborhood that will prove yet another selling point for this avant-garde enclave.

11. Cooper-Young Sees Continued Retail Growth -

One way State Farm insurance agent Steve Womack distinguishes himself from competitors is by offering his cell phone number to customers. He encourages them to call anytime, even if they have an emergency in the middle of the night.

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A. Stephen Steve McDaniel, senior partner with Memphis law firm Williams, McDaniel, Wolfe & Womack, is 2004 presi...

13. Archived Article: Memos - <ephoto> Rear Adm

Rear Adm. Jeffrey L. Fowler was named commander of Navy recruiting following the retirement of Rear Adm. George E. Voelker. Fowler completed a military fellowship in 2002-2003 and is a life member at the Council of Foreign...

14. Archived Article: Legal Focus Jts - 2/22 jts environ. seminar MBA to host local brownfields seminar telecast EPA, states push redevelopment initiative By JAMES SNYDER The Daily News Given the choice, property developers avoid land contaminated by previous owners because of the liabili...