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Friday
Nov142014

Senator Cruz: Internet Tax Would Force Small Internet Retailers to Deal with 9,600+ Tax Jurisdictions

Looks like the Senate may make a run at imposing Internet taxes on us during the lame duck session. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) explains in this quick 45 second video:

Senator Cruz has an op-ed with more details in the Washington Post.

P.S. The Internet tax is not the only government threat to the Internet we face right now. President Obama just called for passage of Net Neutrality. Check out our video here to see what happened when we asked liberals who support Net Neutrality if they can tell us what it is.

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