Marketplace Fairness Act
The remote sales tax bill introduced this week by Rep. Jason Chaffetz would handicap Web retailers and catalogers, says an industry coalition.
Durbin and Enzi attach MFA to Internet Tax Freedom Act; Majority Leader Reid could introduce the combined bill on the Senate floor next week.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) sets requirements for a remote sales tax law.
Despite the passing of The Marketplace Fairness Act this past April in the Sentate, the bill faces a rough road in the House.
All the noise around digital channels has seemed to drown out recognition of the existence of direct mail. It's even happened among the group that sends out all those flyers at election time.
The National Retail Federation honors a select group of Congressional members who have supported the controversial Marketplace Fairness Act.
As the Senate poises to pass the Marketplace Fairness Act, catalog sellers prepare to invade Washington to head things off in the House.
Is the Marketplace Fairness Act really fair? Many in the marketing industry think not.
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