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(Chicago Sun Times) — Even a trip to iTunes for a new song or movie may soon be within the grasp of Illinois’ tax collectors.  Imposing the state’s 6.25-percent sales tax on downloaded songs and movies surfaced as a new money-making idea Tuesday from Gov. Quinn’s administration to help bail out the state from its $13 billion deficit.

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