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This inequity is not illegal; in fact, it is the law as defined by a 1992 Supreme Court decision, Quill Corp. vs. North Dakota. The court held that a seller who does not have a physical presence in a state a "nexus" is not required to collect sales taxes on the goods it sells there. Thus Amazon, for example, which has no brick and mortar presence in Alabama, can sell products here without having to collect sales taxes.
Mr. Allen also is a firm supporter of the fifth penny, saying failure to renew it would mean that "we really are going to be embarrassed." He also is looking forward to the renewal of the sixth penny because it can be used to help build the community. At this time, he has no specific projects in mind for that tax, though he was in favor of the recreation center when it came up in 2008.On any given Sunday, a story about the University of Utah football team will generate hundreds of comments on The Salt Lake Tribune reader boards. Far fewer than those hundreds are the comments that appear on the Deseret News site on the same Sunday morning following a story about the BYU Cougars. This is very interesting. Another might be that stories in the D News are milquetoast and predictable, leaving little to comment about. But that means you turned a blind eye to the scores of staffers released from the very conservative D News. It appears that when it comes to newspaper layoffs, God doesn pay attention to political or religious affiliation.