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Lewiston law firm Brann & Isaacson argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday for a case that holds high stakes for online retailers. The attorneys representing the Direct Marketing Association said they seek to overturn a ruling by a federal appeals court that would require out-of-state companies to turn over customer transaction information to the state of Colorado if they don't collect state sales tax. The case arises from a number of states seeking to force sales tax collection on out-of-state companies that don't have a physical presence there.
Should online retailers be required to collect sales tax?
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