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WE R HERE Executive Director and tax fairness advocate Phil Bond today issued the following statement recognizing Cyber Monday:

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Last month, the Senate passed the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA), which would force online businesses to collect and remit sales taxes to remote states.

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We R Here statement on passage of the Marketplace Fairness Act in Senate.

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We want to hear from you in regards to the legislation’s arbitrarily chosen $1 million exemption.

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The Internet has given anyone with the power of an idea the opportunity to launch a small business that can reach customers from coast to coast – driving growth, creating jobs, and empowering small business owners. But where some see progress, tax collectors see opportunity.

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The prospect of having to deal with state-by-state sales tax collection for Internet transactions is a “nightmare” for Colleen Rast of Great Sky Gifts of Kalispell.

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Advocates of online sales tax legislation are worried that their bill could become bogged down in the larger debate over reforming the federal tax code.

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Considering the very existence of hundreds of small businesses may hinge on whether or not proposed Internet sales tax legislation becomes law, lawmakers need to consider this tax soberly.

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Coalition fights current proposed Internet sales tax legislation they say "threatens to kill the growth and job creation potential of small online retailers."

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