CALL-TO-ACTION: Email Lt. Governor: Need Senate Vote On SB3010, ‘Internet Protection And Tax Relief’

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Join fellow conservatives in united opposition to HB480, the House Bill that awaits action in the Senate for Mississippi to collect sales taxes on internet purchases. It is important that we do whatever is necessary to make future attempts to regulate the internet and tax online commerce very difficult.

Unfortunately, even if the proposal that passed the House is allowed to die in the Senate, even if the 2017 Session adjourns and we escape the implementation of this new tax proposal, the ease by which this tax has been foisted onto Mississippians likely means we will see future attempts.

Sen. Chris McDaniel has introduced legislation that, if passed, will discourage legislators and state officials from taking more of our hard earned money through online taxes for many years. The legislation that will make future internet tax collection schemes more difficult is SB3010. READ FULL BILL


If passed, the bill would:

(1) Stop the taxing of Internet purchases,
(2) prevent the Department of Revenue from auditing taxpayers on the Internet Sales Tax or “use” tax,
(3) prohibit the Department of Revenue from promulgating regulations to bypass the legislative branch, and
(4) create a committee of Senators and Representatives with a specific mandate to phase out and eliminate the corporate income tax.


Senator Joey Fillingane should do the necessary work to bring this important legislation out of the Finance Committee for a vote in the full Senate. In addition, Senator McDaniel’s bill will also provide for the creation of a committee to take a look at the best options for phasing out and eliminating the income tax in Mississippi.

Please complete the fields in the petition below. Required fields are noted with a * . It will be sent immediately to the Lt. Governor via email.

 

Ask Lt. Governor Reeves for a full Senate vote on SB3010, The 'Internet Protection and Tax Relief Act'

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End date: Feb 21, 2017

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