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Instead of taxing the Internet, brick and mortar retailers should get creative

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If you want a concise case against the Senate legislation to force online retailers to collect sales tax, it’s worth checking out this Wall Street Journal editorial. But I just thought it would be worth adding a few thoughts. One of the most compelling arguments offered by brick and mortar retailers is that the current system allows Americans to visit their local stores to shop and then order...

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