From NewsMax:

Andrew Moylan of the R Street Institute, an independent think tank, said that contrary to supporters’ assertions, the MFA does not “level the playing field.”

Moylan said it would impose a “different and unequivocally harsher set of rules than exist for brick-and-mortar” transactions.

“Passage of the MFA would mean states could strong-arm remote sellers into complying with the more than 9,600 separate sales-tax rates that exist across the country, not to mention the 46 states with sales taxes that can issue their own unique set of edicts and definitions,” Moylan testified at a March Judiciary Committee hearing.

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