[O]ne retail stakeholder, Steve DelBianco, the executive director of NetChoice in Washington, D.C., cheered that the same outcome will likely occur in the high court. Assuming further appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, he noted, “if [it] declines to hear the case, then Quill stays in place.” NetChoice, along with another concerned retailer, the American Catalog Mailers Association, also sued South Dakota last April, asking the court to declare that S.B. 106 is facially unconstitutional.
Steve DelBianco, the above-mentioned NetChoice executive, does not like the “tattle-tale provision” of Colorado’s law and is helping lawmakers there draft a bill that would kill it, according to a differentBloombergpiece. The proposal is expected shortly.
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NetChoice is a trade association representing eCommerce businesses and online consumers all of whom share the goal of promoting convenience, choice, and commerce on the Net.
NetChoice works to prevent barriers to e-commerce. Whether taxes on the Internet and goods through the Internet, non-tech neutral privacy initiatives, or other international Internet issues, NetChoice weighs-in to protect e-commerce.