Why the Marketplace Fairness Act isn't a tax increase:

03/21/2013 | Retail's BIG Blog

Conservatives who oppose the Marketplace Fairness Act as a tax increase likely don't understand the bill, which would merely give states the right to require online retailers to collect sales tax from in-state buyers who are already required to pay it, writes NRF's David French. "The bill is simply a responsible, constitutional and, dare I say, 'conservative' way to permit states to keep their sales tax policies up to date."

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