Seeking Boost, States Crack Down on Tax Cheats

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Several states are trying some orthodox approaches to crack down on tax scofflaws. We'll take a look at some of those methods.

Brian Hamer, director of the Illinois Department of Revenue

C.J. Cuticello, tax collector for the city of New Haven, Conn.

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