The draft is unlikely to find much support among retail groups that have lobbied for the Marketplace Fairness Act. But Steve DelBianco of NetChoice, which has opposed that measure, said the draft could become the basis of a deal.
“With elegant simplicity, this bill treats sales tax obligations the same, whether you entered a store by foot, by mail, by phone, or via the Internet,” DelBianco said. “In short, this bill represents a compromise that gives states the revenue they’re missing, without punishing every small business that goes online to reach customers around the country.”
Posted 01/14/2015 | Media Hits