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Newman on the Internet sales tax bill moving out of the House of Representatives is expected once it gets there to face a tough fight.
Rich Edson is in DC to tell you -- -- -- -- Well the little what it's going anywhere for now in the house the senate passed it last night 6927.
-- gives states the authority to collect sales taxes.
When customers buy an item over the Internet current law requires the online retailer to have a physical presence in that state.
But -- store or warehouse in order to Levy an online sales tax still needs to pass the house there is support for Darian pushing the bill congressman Peter Welsh says.
The senate vote demonstrate strong bipartisan support for the marketplace fairness act.
Allowing states to collect sales taxes that are -- regardless of whether the sale takes place on main street or on line.
Has broad support from members governors and mayors across the country.
And across ideological divides however Republicans control -- house schedule and house speaker John Boehner has failed to give it his endorsement.
I would probably refer you to German.
A -- letter the Judiciary Committee.
They may have jurisdiction over those.
I've not talked him about -- -- I don't know what his intent is in terms of whether his interest -- moving through his committee or not.
And Judiciary Chairman Bob -- -- says the bill still has a long way to go in his eyes indicating the committee.
We'll look into alternatives -- committee aide says they have yet to even schedule a hearing on the issue.
And -- congressional leadership aide tells Fox Business it appears this effort.
Stuck in the house for now.
Back to you direction while -- -- dishonest or remind everybody not to miss is one on one interview later today with the speaker of the house John Boehner.
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