Dear Industry Member:

A couple of weeks ago, we urged you to send us a letter documenting how the

Supreme Court’s ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair has hindered your business operations for us to submit for the March 3rd hearing being held by the U.S. House of Representatives Small Business Committee. We have received further clarification from House staff and our advisors at The Vogel Group and now encourage you to do the following:

  • Write your testimony/letter/statement on company letterhead
  • When you sign your letter, include your name, your complete business name and complete company address
  • Include the name of your business’s Member of Congress; click here if you need to look up your congressman
  • Address your letter as follows:

[DATE]
House Committee on Small Business
Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access Subcommittee
Attn.: Chairman Andy Kim
2361 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
RE: March 3, 2020 Hearing – “South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.: Online Sales Taxes and their Impact on Main Street”

Dear Chairman Kim:

I am writing you to….

  • Email your testimony to House clerk Lauren Finks Lauren.Finks@mail.house.gov; please bcc: action@catalogmailers.org, as the ACMA would like to keep track of all who submit written testimony
  • Your subject line must be “3/3 Wayfair Hearing Statement”; attach your written testimony in PDF format only
  • Although the hearing is being held on March 3rd, the Committee will accept written testimony through March 11th (five Congressional business days after the hearing)

ACMA will also submit its own written testimony. What’s more, two ACMA members, Linda Lester of K-Log and Brad Scott of Halstead Bead, will be testifying at the hearing. Click here for the hearing announcement.

Please contact us at info@catalogmailers.org if we can help in any way further.

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