Denver Judge Temporarily Blocks Colorado’s Amazon Tax Law

“A Denver judge has dealt a blow to Colorado’s bid to tax online purchases, granting a request to temporarily block a 2010 law intended to encourage big e-tailers, like Amazon, to start collecting the state’s sales tax.

Denver District Court Judge Morris Hoffman’s ruling on the Direct Marketing Association’s request for preliminary injunction prevents the state from enforcing a law that imposes extensive reporting requirements on retailers that don’t charge Colorado customers the state’s 2.9 percent sales tax.”

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