Internet Tax Workshop: Addressing Potential New Burdens on Interstate Commerce and Economic Growth

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Internet Tax Workshop: Addressing Potential New Burdens on Interstate Commerce and Economic Growth

Some state policymakers are attempting to resolve their overspending problems by forcing non-resident online retailers located outside of their jurisdiction to act as tax collection agents for their state. This misguided bid utterly violates the constitutional principles that spur innovation, entrepreneurship, and commerce! ALEC, guided by its principles, members and model policy, opposes this and similar actions. Find out more and provide your insights at the Internet Tax Workshop: Addressing Potential New Burdens on Interstate Commerce and Economic Growth.

11:00 a.m.           Call to order

11:05 a.m.           Panel Discussion: South Dakota v. Wayfair, North Dakota v. Quill, and the Physical Presence requirement for collecting sales tax from online retailers

11:45 a.m.           Old Business / Good of the Order

11:50 a.m.           Adjourn