WASHINGTON — The National Retail Federation on Thursday urged Congress to move quickly on legislation that would make it easier for states to require Internet retailers and other out-of-state merchants to collect sales tax, just as local bricks-and-mortar stores do. “This bill would create a level playing field between online merchants and local stores while ensuring that state and local governments can collect the sales tax revenue they need to support vital services like police and fire ...

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