Roanoke County Supervisors Joe McNamara and Jason Peters’ recent commentary (“Local businesses across Virginia need e-fairness,” June 11) in support of the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA) is remarka
WE R HERE Executive Director and tax fairness advocate Phil Bond today released the following statement one year after the Senate short-circuited normal procedure to rush passage of the misnamed Ma
Idaho Press-Tribune published a letter from WE R HERE Executive Director, Phil Bond, that argued the Marketplace Fairness Act would only help large retailers, while hurting smaller businesses.
NorthJersey.com (NJ) published an opinion piece by Erik Telford, senior vice president of the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity, that argued an Internet sales tax could drive small businesses from the marketplace.
The National Center for Policy Analysis this week released a new paper summarizing many of the concerns WE R HERE and others have about the Marketplace Fairness Act, and the arguments made by supporters of the bill.
A summary of media reports about the "Exploring Alternate Solution for the Internet Sales Tax" hearing in the House Judiciary Committee on March 12, 2014.
WE R HERE Executive Director and tax fairness advocate Phil Bond today released the following statement regarding the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Internet Sales Tax proposals.
We R Here Member Wayne Johnson talks about the internet has made his business successful, and how the passage of an Internet sales tax would negatively impact his business.
WE R HERE Executive Director and taxpayer fairness advocate Phil Bond today released the following statement announcing the formation of WE R HERE state chapters in New Hampshire, Ohio and Virginia as well as strong membership growth to date in 2014.
With the Marketplace Fairness Act heating back up this week, featured guest blogger Thomas Carlson discusses how MFA is indeed a tax increase.