SACRAMENTO, Calif. (FNS) -- California's click-and-mortar retailers got some breathing room last week. California Gov. Gray Davis vetoed a bill that would have required California residents to pay California state sales taxes on certain purchases made on-line -- those made from companies that have click-and-mortar operations, with a physical presence, like a store or warehouse, in California. The measure brought by Assemblywoman Carole Migden, a San Francisco Democrat, would not have ...
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