The House Committee on Small Business held a hearing on business activity taxes and their impact on small businesses.
Speaking before the committee, Michael Petricone, senior vice president of government affairs at the Consumer Electronics Association, complained about the increasing number of states using "economic nexus" theories to levy income and franchise taxes on out-of-state companies that have customers but no physical presence in the state.
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