After being stiffed for a decade by their own Legislature, Florida retailers got a boost Monday from the U.S. Senate.
The so-called Marketplace Fairness Act would allow states to collect sales taxes from retailers with $1 million or more in annual sales. It is long overdue, more than fair and eminently sensible. Those virtues explain why the legislation attracted the kind of support that briefly made bipartisanship break out in Washington.
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