Nick Loper

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The US Supreme Court ruled in 1992 that online retailers  don't have to collect sales tax  unless they have a physical presence in the state.

Amazon, Traditional Business and the California Ballot

The US Supreme Court ruled in 1992 that online retailers don't have to collect sales tax unless they have a physical presence in the state.

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