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"Of course it would be great if tax was nonexistent, but it doesn't end up being a huge deal for me," said Jemila Dunham, 20, of Boston.
"When you shop at a local retailer ... you get people to assist you. So I think you get something for that tax money,” said Juan Arias, 23, of Boston.
"To be honest, the tax wouldn't stop me. I don't go online to save a quick buck" said Jessica Edwards, 29, of Boston.
"Amazon has good prices, so it doesn't really matter [if they charge tax]," said Jean-Yves Loizance, 68, of Weston.
Jenny Weymouth of Boston says she would still shop on Amazon even if it were to charge for Massachusetts sales taxes.
Sales tax doesn’t factor in for me. It’s more about the convenience.” said David Oksman, 31, of Boston.
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