WASHINGTON — Catalog and e-commerce companies fighting an effort to collect Internet sales taxes issued a study Thursday that claims revenue-hungry states would glean little money if such a system is created.

The study, released by the Direct Marketing Association, is the latest salvo in the Internet sales tax debate that is soon to be reinvigorated on Capitol Hill.

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