As the Marketplace Fairness Act (S. 1832) gets more traction and gains responses to this bipartisan version of the Main Street Fairness Act (S. 1452 / H.R. 2701), here are some of the groups who have voiced their opinions:
The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) sent a letter this week to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction. In the letter, they urged the committee to consider e-fairness and business tax reform as issues of great importance.
The Main Street Fairness Act begins it trip through the Senate this week. Now that the Main Street Fairness Act S. 1452 has been officially introduced in the Senate, groups are officially stating their “for” or “against” status. The bill … Continued
Illinois and South Dakota senators are heading up the Main Street Fairness Act in Congress while Tennessee governor Bill Haslam is geared up to lead the national movement. According to Haslam, not requiring Internet retailers to collect and remit sales … Continued
Litigation is back in vogue. The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) is rumored to be willing to sue the state of Tennessee should the state decide to approve giving Amazon a free ride from collecting sales tax for a few … Continued