SCOTUS stays out of brick & mortar v. internet dispute


Shopping / Christmas / HolidayRetailers with a physical presence in the communities they serve are tired of being forced to collect sales taxes while losing business to etailers who bear no such burden. With the Supreme Court ducking the issue, the International Council of Shopping Centers is turning back to Congress for help.

The law at the moment, confirmed by the Supreme Court back in 1992, requires that only businesses with a physical presence in a state are required to collect sales taxes.

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