The truce came after days of intense talks and will let the retailer wait at least a year to collect sales taxes from California customers. If Brown fails to sign the bill, a costly battle is likely.
The deal struck between the California Legislature and Amazon.com late Friday was a "classic compromise," even though it would deprive the state treasury of an estimated $200 million in sorely needed revenue, according to Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento.)
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