Marketplace AM for February 10, 2005
Political leaders are looking for ways to raise more money for the government, again. And once more, taxing the Internet has come up as an option. As Marketplace's Matthew Algeo reports, the latest scheme is based on a law that's been on the books for more than 100 years. We then hear from commentator Matt Miller, who argues it's not spending that's driving up the deficit.
Morning Report host Tess Vigeland and David Carter take a look at the disastrous NHL non-season and the prospects for the future.
Personal finance expert Chris Farrell takes a closer look at the President's $2.5 trillion budget proposal.