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DMA wins suit against Colorado RE sales/use tax on interstate purchases

Here’s a link to the U.S. District Court ruling, it’s pretty definitive.  Colorado cannot require out-of-state retailers to collect, or even facilitate the collection of Colorado sales or use taxes, without prior action from the Supreme Court or the Congress.

Essentially, the court’s ruling says this was a slam dunk for the DMA.  It granted a permanent injunction against Colorado doing anything to enforce it’s law on this subject.

Maybe California and other states will get the message.

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