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Internet sales tax: Fair or foul?

7:03 PM, Sep. 19, 2013
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John Nygren sees it as "a matter of fairness." Why, asks the Republican Assembly representative from Marinette, must brick-and-mortar retailers collect sales taxes from customers while some of their Internet competitors don't?

Nygren supports the federal Marketplace Fairness Act, which would let states snare sales and use taxes on their residents' online purchases from other states. Now, they get these taxes only from businesses with a physical presence in their state.

The bill passed the U.S. Senate 69-27 in May. Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat, voted yes; Ron Johnson, a ...

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