Senators criticize Internet sales tax bill
“The Internet Tax Freedom Act could pass the Senate and the House today with strong bipartisan support, yet based on the action earlier this week, the Senate may be asked to consider a bill that includes new tax burdens on small businesses,” Shaheen, D-N.H., said in a statement. “That’s right, on a bill that’s meant to keep the Internet free from taxation, there is an effort to impose new tax collection burdens on Internet retailers. That not only doesn’t make sense, I think it’s just wrong.”
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