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Tell Congress: No Internet Sales Tax!

"Online sales tax proposals are taxation without representation. [They tell] businesses that there is no escape from the clutches of tax-hungry politicians. That concept is antithetical to our federalist system, which promotes competition among our states for the best economic policies." – former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint

The internet as a largely tax-free environment may soon be a fact of history. 

Now in the House and Senate, the Remote Transactions Parity Act and the Marketplace Fairness Act would mandate an internet sales tax

We've got to call on our elected servants to oppose this scheme.

Expanding taxes is a bad idea that would adversely affect both consumers and internet retail businesses. Consumers would end up paying higher prices and surrendering more of their dollars to revenue-hungry state governments, while online retailers would be forced to abide by as many as 9,600 tax jurisdictions and navigate all the bureaucratic red tape that goes with them! 

Lawmakers must reject this cash-grabbing effort and refuse to give states power to reach outside of their borders to tax consumers and businesses nationwide. 

Take Action! Sign the petition and send a no-cost message to your U.S. Representative and Senators demanding that they oppose any and all efforts to create an internet sales tax!

Public Comments
Mar 12th, 2014
r b. from Columbia Cross Roads, PA signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Susan L. from Folsom, CA signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Gail F. from Concord, CA signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
David H. from Rogue River, OR writes:
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Tax will KILL the internet
Mar 12th, 2014
Patricia P. from El Cerrito, CA writes:
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Another Tax and what do 'they' do with the money they take away from hard-working people? ...as soon as 'they' find a way, 'they' are going to TAX the very AIR that we breath.
Mar 12th, 2014
John C. from Murphy, NC signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Someone from Dunbarton, NH writes:
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I suppose they will put in for the general public but will use free internet service for self
Mar 12th, 2014
Patra B. from Mooresville, IN signed.
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Ronald C. from Richmond, VA signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Morris M. from Raton, NM signed.
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Gary H. from Tyler, TX signed.
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Vernon B. from Roy, WA signed.
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Beckie L. from Coatesville, PA signed.
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Someone from Waterford, MI signed.
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Kirk H. from Allen, TX signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Sylvia M. from Richfield, WI signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Someone from Antioch, IL writes:
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T.E.A. means "Taxed Enough Already."
Mar 12th, 2014
Someone from Gladbrook, IA signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Rene B. from White City, OR signed.
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Robert B. from Casselberry, FL signed.
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Someone from Dallas, OR signed.
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catherine b. from Chatham, MA signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Kathy M. from Tazewell, TN signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Glenda S. from Julian, NC signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Leroy A. from Babbitt, MN signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Rev. Ronald & Carole C. from Tulsa, OK writes:
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Oppose ALL and ANY efforts to create an internet sales tax!!! Enough is enough!!!
Mar 12th, 2014
mike b. from Imperial, PA signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Nancy E. from Madison, AL signed.
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Bryan H. from Vilonia, AR signed.
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Jim M. from Crofton, MD signed.
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Amelia B. from Wilsonville, AL signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Lloyd B. from New Baden, IL signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Francis H. from Thurmont, MD writes:
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Oppose
Mar 12th, 2014
George G. from Tinley Park, IL writes:
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Just leave the internet alone.You people have taxed everyone enough.Try reducing spending instead of taxing,it can be done and it works!
Mar 12th, 2014
Someone from Wichita, KS signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
karsten g. from Detroit Lakes, MN signed.
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Someone from Penn Yan, NY signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
Bob N. from Pittsburgh, PA signed.
Mar 12th, 2014
earnest c. from Fort Myers, FL writes:
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Stop spending and cut taxes. You are like someone with an eating disorder the more you tax the more you spend.
Mar 12th, 2014
Jon S. from Maitland, FL writes:
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Raising taxes kills jobs