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Lesa Koski, Attorney at Law

Lesa Koski has a law practice in Stillwater (MN)
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1675 Greeley Street South, Stillwater, MN 55082
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    Washington: Stillwater
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    Amazon to stop paying Minnesota bloggers for sales traffic
    Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog) ... state sales tax law. Minnesota E-Fairness legislation, signed by Gov. Mark Dayton on May 23 and going into effect July 1, classifies independent bloggers and online reviewers as a physical presence of a business in the state. ... Aaron Hall, an ... more »
    Amazon Cuts Ties In Minnesota Ahead Of New Sales Tax
    NPR Weeks before Minnesota's new sales tax law takes effect, online retailer Amazon is cutting its ties to members of its Associates program who live in the state. The new law requires businesses that have a presence in Minnesota to collect sales tax ... more »
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