A federal judge has struck down Colorado’s so-called ‘Amazon tax,’ a sales tax designed to capture taxes from online sales, according to the Denver Business Journal. The tax was created by the General Assembly in 2010, and the Direct Marketing Association sued to have it overturned. A judge said the 2.9 percent tax was unconstitutional […]
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