DENVER (AP) An opponent of Colorado's Internet tax is appealing a court ruling that allows the state to enforce the law.
The Denver Post reports the Direct Marketing Association is seeking a rehearing of the case by the full 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
In August, a panel of 10th Circuit judges ruled that a lower court overstepped its jurisdiction when it threw out the law last year and reinstated it. The Direct Marketing Association argued that the reporting obligations under the law are unconstitutional.
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