/ (D) Before a business may avail itself of the 'safe harbor' provisions of this section, it shall enter into a written agreement with the Attorney General of this State agreeing to exercise due diligence to prohibit the use of the distribution center for the sale, distribution, or transshipment of material harmful to minors as prohibited pursuant to Section 16-15-385 and as defined pursuant to Section 16-15-375. The agreement must contain those methods by which the company must conduct the required due diligence. The Attorney General shall review compliance annually and report any failure of compliance to the General Assembly, Governor, the Secretary of Commerce, and the Director of the Department of Revenue.
(E) This section no longer applies on the earlier of:
(1) January 1, 2016;
(2) when the company fails to meet the requirements provided in subsection (C) of this section;
(3) the effective date of a law enacted by the United States Congress that allows a state to require that its sales tax be collected and remitted even if the taxpayer does not have substantial nexus with that state; or
(4) the date of the Attorney General's report of failure of compliance with the provisions of subsection (D) of this section. /
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