ARLINGTON, Va. — Food Marketing Institute and other retail associations said they support a legislative effort to tax e-commerce sales. “Inequities in Internet commerce are already taking a big bite out of neighborhood supermarkets, state coffers and employment in local communities because online retailers aren’t required to collect sales tax,” said FMI Senior Vice President of Government and Public Affairs Jennifer Hatcher in a statement. The authors of the ...

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