Yearly Archives: 2015

Joplin Takes Action on E-Fairness

This blog post was first published on CitiesSpeak, the official blog of the National League of Cities. It is repurposed here with their permission. Click here to read the original piece. People in Joplin, Mo., know how to adapt to …

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Working to Get it Right: Efairness for Small Businesses

Potomac River Running first opened for business in the spring of 2003. Two young families with a passion for running wanted to create a resource for runners in the Northern Virginia region, so they banded together and opened two shops …

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Home Is More Than a House: Supporting the Businesses that Make Up Your Community

When you are asked by a new acquaintance where you’re from, what do you think of? Do you think of your childhood home? A fond family memory? Your teenage hangouts? For most people, it’s a combination of all these and …

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Local Sales Tax Supports our Community Events and Amenities

Last weekend many families like mine celebrated the Fourth of July in our local community by watching the annual parade and fireworks, attending community-sponsored concerts and events, or hosting their own BBQs.  I couldn’t help but think about all the …

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It’s more about protecting a false competitive advantage than difficulty in collecting sales tax

As a small specialty retailer in Arizona, we put tremendous effort into connecting with and supporting our community. We have very knowledgeable staff who love to help runners and walkers determine which shoes work best for them, troubleshoot overuse injuries …

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