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Senate postpones vote on Amazon sales tax

The Arizona Senate has postponed a vote scheduled Wednesday on a bill to require Amazon.com to collect sales tax on purchases made by Arizona residents.

The bill was among several on a voting calendar that the Senate skipped without explanation.

Senate passage would send the Amazon bill to the House.

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