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2 years 11 months ago

Colorado's internet tax axed

Once again, shopping at is tax-free for Coloradoans after a federal judge this week tossed out a state law taxing online purchases. House Majority Leader Rep. Amy Stephens of Monument applauds the decision. "Not only was it a burden for interstate commerce but for our internet retailers." ...

5 years 2 weeks ago

Bloggers squeezed in Amazon flap

Local bloggers are being squeezed financially by the online super-retailer after state lawmakers voted to tax online sales. Rob Lucas runs the outdoor sporting blog . He and other bloggers make money by refering their readers to Amazon and other retailers to buy products. The companies...

5 years 3 weeks ago

Colorado group calls for boycott

The liberal group ProgressNow wants Coloradans to boycott over the retailer's decision to cut ties with online affiliates in the state. The boycott call came Tuesday, a day after broke with Colorado bloggers and Web site operators who help it sell products. Amazon blamed the state's new online...

5 years 2 months ago

Local Olympic champ writes memoir

Remember the thrill of Coronado High School graduate Henry Cejudo winning the gold medal in wrestling at the Beijing Olympics--his sheer joy as he wrapped himself in the American flag. Cejudo has now penned a memoir, American Victory: Wrestling, Dreams, and a Journey Toward Home. Cejudo recounts his life from...

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