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    States See Little Revenue From Online Sales Tax Laws
    Well-written piece from Bloomberg BNA analyzing the current situation and results of online sales tax legislation.

    States See Little Revenue From Online Sales Tax Laws

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    ...and a Pirate's heart. Convergence's Avatar
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    One of the most coherent articles written on the issue - must read...
    Salty kisses, Sandy toes, and a Pirate's heart...

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    Good overview of the issue. Essentially this:

    "Many state officials think they are solving the problem of revenue lost to online sales when they pass their laws, only to see the problem exacerbated when affiliates are cut off."

    And go Rebecca:

    “The laws have been abject failures,” Rebecca Madigan, executive director of the Performance Marketing Association, told Bloomberg BNA. PMA represents affiliate marketers, many of whom have been cut off from marketing and sales agreements with Amazon and other retailers. “It boggles my mind that a state would pass a law without a way to track if the law is effective.”

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