Reid, D-Nev., filed the motion Tuesday to begin the process of putting the Marketplace Fairness Act on the Senate calendar. The bill could be voted on as early as next week, the Washington newspaper The Hill reported Wednesday.
Last month 75 senators voted in favor of a non-binding resolution amendment expressing support for allowing states to tax online purchases. Under current law states can only collect sales taxes from retailers with a physical presence in that state, the newspaper said.
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