Pennsylvania is another GREEDY state that has passed the Nexus law. Out of state merchants are beginning to discontinue the affiliate program in PA which in the long run will cost the state $22 million dollars in state taxes. There are approximately 9,000 afiliate marketers, who earned, in 2010, 700 million dollars.
The government seems that its agenda is not to create jobs, but to demolish jobs.
Well at least you stopped complaining about Hubpages and have now turned your angst toward the Pennsylvania government.
But Im curious, why are you still publishing here after you took all your Hubs down, and are now publishing new Hubs. From leaving one here 5 days ago, you are now up to 4 Hubs.
From the forum thread you were quite active on Erm How Long?
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I sure DON't
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This will make a good hub charlesefe.
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