Some Christian-store retailers are opposing the Marketplace Fairness Act because they believe it represents a new tax or a tax on the Internet. CBA believes it doesn’t represent a new tax, rather fair collection of existing taxes. We would like to hear about your position on pending congressional legislation that would give states the ability to collect sales and use taxes on Internet sales, and on protecting local brick-and-mortar retailers from unfair taxation.

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