Eight out of 10 people in Colorado aren’t big fans of a law that forces retailers to tell the state government about purchases made from them, in order to ensure that use taxes on those purchases are made. Two-thirds of people in Colorado also say the law violates their privacy, according to the survey from Morar Consulting of 500 residents. (The survey was sponsored by NetChoice, which opposes the law.) The Supreme Court brushed aside the opportunity to consider the law late last year — and to re-examine the precedent that bars states from collecting sales taxes from businesses without a physical presence.
Posted 02/3/2017 | Media Hits