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Amazon.com pushes for Natl Internet Sales Tax

SonicSpike (242293) writes | more than 2 years ago

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SonicSpike writes "The Governor of Tennessee struck a deal with Amazon.com to allow their operations to move to TN in exchange for Amazon.com not having to collect TN sales tax for the next 2 years. However the Governor noted in his press conference that he is working with Amazon.com to push the US federal government to impose a national Internet sales tax.

Here are the details with video: http://tennesseenewspress.com/2011/10/09/gov-haslam-pushes-for-internet-sales-tax/"

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