As you may have heard, last week the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states can force online retailers to collect state sales taxes, even in states where they have no physical presence. Because very few states tax travel services, this decision will have little impact on our members today. It does, however, add urgency to ASTA's ongoing campaign to push back on state attempts to expand their sales taxes to include travel agency services. In 2017 we and our members successfully defeated proposals in four states that would have cost agencies there almost $63 million per year in new taxes. We'll be keeping a close watch!
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