Internet sales tax
More than sixty percent of respondents to a new online survey said they oppose passage of the so-called Marketplace Fairness Act - and sixty percent said passage would be bad for the US economy.
"Let's stick with the truth when considering new online tax collection," Bond says
Rep. DeSantis: New Tax Would Burden Small Online Retailers, Consumers
U.S Representative Ron DeSantis argues that a new tax would burden Web merchants and consumers/
Lance Trebesch, a We R Here member in MT talks about how the Marketplace Fairness Act would negativley impact his business if the legislation becomes law.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz states in a guest column that “it’s incomprehensible the U.S. Senate moved to raise taxes on one of the brightest sectors of our struggling economy.”
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) criticized the Senate on Monday for moving so quickly on Internet sales tax legislation and said the House will take its time considering it.
We R Here statement on passage of the Marketplace Fairness Act in Senate.
We want to hear from you in regards to the legislation’s arbitrarily chosen $1 million exemption.
Freshman Sen. Ted Cruz, emerging as a leading voice of Capitol Hill conservatives, said Monday that it is “incomprehensible” that the Senate is close to passing a bill that would require booming Internet retailers to collect state sales taxes, warning that the move will kill jobs and hurt the economy.