The small business community has been divided over an internet sales tax. The Marketplace Fairness Act passed in the Senate, and it’s now up for consideration in the House. The law requires online retailers making over one million dollars in revenue to collect sales tax in states that have a tax where the retailer has no physical presence. The law was intended to level the playing field between local brick and mortar stores and large online companies. Kevin Hickey, the CEO of Online Stores Inc., and Jonah Zimiles, the owner of Words Bookstore in Maplewood, NJ, talk about the effect the tax could have on smaller companies.