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Internet Sales Taxes – Still Unpopular

 
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Internet Sales Taxes – Still Unpopular

One item on Campaign for Liberty’s legislative agenda this year has been fighting to defeat the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” or the National Internet Tax Mandate as we call it. Despite Senator Reid rushing it through the Senate at the beginning of this Congress, grassroots opposition to this legislation has managed to stall its momentum […]


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Internet Sales Taxes Will Harm Small Business

Freshman Representative Ron DeSantis (R-FL-6) is a vocal opponent of the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” or as Campaign for Liberty calls it, the National Internet Tax Mandate. In addition to signing Rep. Thomas Massie’s (R-KY-4) letter to leadership opposing the Internet Tax Mandate, DeSantis joined Massie on the House floor for the special order floor […]


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C4L Thanks Congressman Massie for Leading the Charge Against the Internet Sales Tax

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate thanked Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) for leading the fight against the assault on small businesses, entrepreneurs, and state sovereignty in the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act.” Congressman Massie has penned a letter urging House leadership not to take up the legislation, which passed the Senate last month. “It is […]


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Vote Expected Tomorrow on Internet Sales Taxes

In case you missed the latest update on the National Internet Tax Mandate, I’ve copied John Tate’s email in full below: Right now, big corporations are putting enormous pressure on your senators to hike your taxes and smother their smaller competition. In fact, from what inside sources are telling me, C4L members and other liberty-minded […]


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Attn: Senate Floor Vote on Internet Sales Tax

Sources indicate the Senate could vote on an amendment Wednesday to push forward with Internet sales taxes. The National Internet Tax Mandate, as it ought to be called, is the epitome of “taxation without representation.” By overturning the “physical presence” standard in Quill, and forcing small online retailers to act as tax collectors for sales in […]


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