(The Hill) A coalition of retail groups is pushing Congress to approve an online sales tax before the end of the year to ensure that this year’s “Cyber Monday” is the last one that goes untaxed.

“This should be the last holiday shopping season that Main Street businesses have to compete on a playing field that is not level,” said Alison Joseph, a spokeswoman for the Alliance for Main Street Fairness, which is made up of brick-and-mortar retailers and other supporters of the bill.

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