By  on December 2, 2013

WASHINGTON — Brick-and-mortar retailers, which have long pushed for Internet sales tax fairness, applauded the Supreme Court’s refusal on Monday to hear a case filed by and Inc. challenging New York State’s law on collecting taxes on Internet purchases.

While satisfied with the High Court’s decision, retail trade groups said more needs to be done and stepped up the pressure on Congress to pass legislation to level the playing field between online sellers and traditional retailers.

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