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No, It's not a new tax, but it is a tax on small online business that would need to file quarterly returns to 46 States, DC and all US territories; something B&Ms are not required to do.83% of online sales today do collect sales tax, as these sales are made by WalMart/Target/Best Buy, and Amazon (TN sales) Passing bad law to capture less than $5B in 'lost' revenue across the US is exactly what Big Box stores are looking for .... another competitive advantage.
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