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Member Exclusive – Beltway Report: Biden Trade Rep to Retain Trump’s Tariffs on Chinese Imports

Dear Member:   On September 2, President Biden’s Trade Representative Ambassador Katherine Tai announced her plan to keep the current Section 301 tariff scheme in place as her office continues its statutory review of all duties imposed under former President Donald Trump. The announcement, which was initially delayed following Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, represents a continuation of existing […]

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Member Exclusive: ACMA’s Legal Corner, Special Edition – A Step Too Far: Economic Nexus in CO

By Martin I. Eisenstein & Nathaniel Bessey, Brann & Issacson By special arrangement with Brann & Isaacson, we’re pleased to bring ACMA members this installment of their Eyes on E-Commerce series as recently published in Tax Notes. The authors/attorneys examine home rule jurisdictions and the defenses online/remote retailers can raise to claims by Colorado home rule municipalities that the retailers […]

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ACMA Member Exclusive – July MTAC Report

The July 26-27 meetings of the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) were held at USPS headquarters in Washington. ACMA tuned in to all sessions of interest to our membership. Below you will find our recap; hyperlinked session titles or speakers will take you to the available slides shown. Click here for the complete agenda. Open […]

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Member Exclusive – Beltway Report: Congress Orders Investigation and report on Impacts of Sec. 232 & 301 Tariffs

Dear Member: The U.S. International Trade Commission has opened two investigations into the economic impacts of the Section 301 tariffs on China and the Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum. Announced on May 10th, the investigation will look directly into US trade, production, and prices in industries most affected by the current tariffs. Parties looking to […]

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Special Inquiry to ACMA Merchant Members Who Ship Products in Soft Packages

The US Postal Service is proposing to amend its mailing standards through the Domestic Mail Manual by adding new subsections to establish parcel selvage standards and to clarify how to measure parcels prepared in soft packaging. Industry only has until April 25th to submit comments. Please review the requirements (linked above) carefully with your fulfillment management team in order to ensure that […]

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ACMA Member Exclusive – April MTAC Report

The April 5-6 meetings of the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) returned to USPS headquarters in Washington. ACMA’s Paul Miller and Hamilton Davison tuned in to all sessions of interest to our membership. Below you will find our recap; hyperlinked session titles or speakers will take you to the slides shown though the USPS did […]

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