Colorado legislator reintroduces bill to tax Internet sales

A Denver lawmaker has reintroduced legislation to require out-of-state Internet retailers to collect Colorado sales taxes, emboldened that court decisions of the past year will change the fate of a proposal that died in 2013.

Rep. Angela Williams, D-Denver, said that House Bill 1269, which was introduced Tuesday, will require retailers without a physical presence in Colorado to collect and remit state sales taxes if they engage in any activity in connection with the selling, leasing or delivery of tangible personal property or taxable services within the state.

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