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MAKE SURE TO CLICK “GO HERE NOW” to see how your Senators for your state voted.

Grassfire Update:

Last night, the U.S. Senate passed the Marketplace Fairness Act by a margin of 69-27. The vote moved the massive $382.5 billion Internet revenue raid to the House, where many online retailers and conservatives are already lobbying against the crushing tax.

Among those who voted in favor of this Internet Sales Tax mandate were 21 Republicans. For the full "roll call" result, see below.

Grassfire appreciates the tremendous effort put forth by you and other grassroots Americans to defeat this massive tax hike. We will continue to monitor the progress of the bill in the House and will sound the alarm when hearings or votes are scheduled.

As always, thank you for the stand you're taking.

The Grassfire Team

P.S. To see how your Senators voted, go here now. After viewing, we encourage you to contact your lawmakers letting them know how you feel about their vote on the Marketplace Fairness Act.

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May 8 @ 1:54PM  
Liberals love to tax and spend. It's their way of life!

May 8 @ 2:00PM  

Among those who voted in favor of this Internet Sales Tax mandate were 21 Republicans.

That was surprising to see that 21 Republicans supported a tax increase.

May 8 @ 2:05PM  
Those 21 are sell outs. I wonder what was promised to a lot of them for passage of this bill.

May 8 @ 2:12PM  
Well, the bill still has to go to the House...we will see what happens to it there.


May 8 @ 2:20PM  
Yeah, the Republican party has some bad apples in it.

I'm not looking for it to pass in the house. If it ever did, I would be hugely surprised.

May 8 @ 2:31PM  
Yeah, the Republican party has some bad apples in it.

I see it as ALL of DC has rotten apples in it. Despite what some want to believe, those people up there don't care about us out here. If they did, we wouldn't be in the mess we're in. And I lay the blame at all of their feet. Not just one over the other. But yes, I am very surprised at seeing that many Republicans voting FOR a tax hike.

In all honesty, I doubt this bill survives the House. But, we will see.

May 8 @ 7:54PM  
Anyone have the link(s)? I don't see any!


May 8 @ 8:45PM  
It doesn't make that much difference to me, personally, as my state has been taxing
its residents on internet purchases for several years already. As I see it, it was just
a matter of time...

May 8 @ 11:47PM  
I have been expecting it for a time, If a website has a store in your state there has always been a sales tax on the items, If you sell an item on ebay to someone in your state there has always been a sales tax, So in most cases it will not make a huge difference in anyone's shopping experience,

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