The bill that requires out-of-state retailers to collect tax on any Internet sales is heading for the House, after the Senate easily passed the bill Monday night. In a report for NBR, Hampton Pearson explains why passage of the measure is not a sure thing, and dueling analysts – David Quam, director of federal relations for the National Governors Association, and Steve DelBianco, executive director of NetChoice – debate the issue.
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