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WASHINGTON, DC – Pro-tax senators are setting the stage for a showdown in the U.S.

Harry Reid and Wal-Mart hope nobody will notice their online revenue raid.

Complying with Marketplace Fairness Act regulations for every state would require "potentially 150 hours of work quarterly."

More Internet taxes. It’s absurd, but the U.S. Senate voted to approve what some are calling the “National Internet Tax Mandate,” which will potentially cause the prices of anything purchased online to rise.It’s bills like this that justify Congress’ 15 percent approval rating.

U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte told business owners at meetings last week in Manchester and Portsmouth to begin voicing their opposition to the Senate Internet sales tax proposal.

An op-ed in the Chicago Tribune argues against the Internet sales tax.

The Marketplace Fairness Act, which institutes an Internet sales tax, does not level the playing field as proponents claim.

Last week, during a series of Senate votes on the budget resolution, a majority of senators voted for an amendment endorsing the so-called "Marketplace Fairness Act." The underlying Act has nothing

Everybody’s neighborhood big-box retailer sees itself as a victim of technological innovation and an inequitable tax system that plays favorites – at least online.

Moments ago, the Senate voted on the Durbin Internet sales tax amendment to the Senate budget resolution.