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Sen. Ted Cruz Takes Aggressive Anti-MFA Stand


           
         Contact:
            Paul Miller
            914-669-8391
            pmiller@catalogmailers.org
 
         November 6, 2014
  Republican Senator Challenges His Own Party
Like His Politics or Not, Ted Cruz's Anti-MFA Position
Warrants Catalog/Online Industry Support
 
Dear Catalog Industry Executive:

Whether politically motivated or not, Senator Ted Cruz's (R-TX) recent attack on members of his own party for seeking passage of the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA) in the upcoming Lame Duck session and blaming it on the Democrats is most helpful to our cause. Please click here to read TruST partner NetChoice’s analysis of Cruz's comments made in the National Review just before Election Day.
 
Take Action Now
Senator Cruz alone won't stop Congress from attaching Internet sales tax to other must-pass legislation during the Lame Duck. Per our recent alert, your company weighing in with your Members of Congress is very helpful right now. Please use this letter template to take action and cc: action@catalogmailers.org so that we can follow up. Time is of the essence.

Sincerely,

Hamilton Davison
President & Executive Director
American Catalog Mailers Association
www.catalogmailers.org
hdavison@catalogmailers.org
 
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Published: 11/06/14