Internet Tax Dead In MN?

Chris Trayhorn
by Chris Trayhorn
May 18, 2009

There is good news from Minnesota it seems, with an announcement that HF2323 – the Minnesota Internet tax bill – has failed to pass. There’s not much detail available at the time of this writing so it’s not quite certain whether this means that the Internet tax element has been stripped out of the Omnibus Bill, or if the entire bill has gone back for redrafting and brought forward again later.

We’ll know more soon but if true, this report is good news, especially in combination with the success in stopping similar legislation in California. This is an ongoing war across the country, but the performance marketing industry is definitely winning one or two battles. There is hope yet.

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About Chris Trayhorn

Chris Trayhorn is the Founder & Editor of Revenue Performance magazine and the CEO of mThink LLC, a performance marketing services company based in San Francisco. Chris has worked on marketing campaigns with over 200 of the Forbes Global 2000. Friends say he knows a lot about a couple of things and a little bit about everything. He likes motorcycles, Manchester United and making pictures.

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One Response to “Internet Tax Dead In MN?”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I’ve been vaguely following this. Thanks for the update.
    It’s good to know that many are fighting against this. As we all should be!!
    Please post any updates.
    Shannon in MN