Our Stance on Marketplace Fairness

Read our stance on the Marketplace Fairness Act.
Read Our Stance

Our Group Letter to Congress

Read the full tex our letter to Congress on the Marketplace Fairness Act. Then sign your name on it too.
Read Our Letter to Congress

Press Information

Read our press-releases and op-eds by our members that have been featured in the press.
See Press Info


Watch informative videos that lay out the facts and dispel the myths about the MFA.
Watch Videos

Our Stories

Read the stories of how the Internet Sales Tax will cripple our small businesses.
Read Our Stories

Myths vs. Facts

No spin, just the truth.
Myths vs Facts

Find Your Rep

Use this tool to quickly identify your Representative in the House. View a comprehensive list here.

Rep Bob Goodlatte is the Chair of the House Judiciary Commitee.  This commitee is in charge of this legislation in the House right now. Call and send letters to his office directly on this issue too. Contact Bob Goodlatte.

TIP: When you reach  out to representatives the order of effectiveness is: Meeting In Person, Contact by Phone, Physical Letter (certifiend mail if possible), Email/Contact form. If you send an email or fill out a contact form, try to send a physical letter as well with the same message.


Sample Letters

Sample Letter for Congressional Representative (Find your Representative here)

Have you contacted your Representatives already? Send us your letter (in the most generic form you can) so we can include it here.

Important Questions To Ask Your Representatives.



Articles to share with others who need convincing that the Marketplace Fairness Act is a bad bill.

Who Is Behind This “Stand With Main Street” Campaign To Force Online Sales Tax Collection?

Business Owners Personally Liable for Sales Tax Mistakes

Marketplace Fairness Act 101

Internet Tax is Death for Smaller Online Businesses

Internet Sales Tax: Here Come the Auditors

Internet Tax is too Burdensome

Internet Tax Exposes Businesses to Every State’s IRS

Internet Sales Tax Ushers in Second Coming of Taxation without Representation in America

Proposed E-Commerce Taxation Bill Might be Unconstitutional

Marketplace Fairness Act Guts Due Process