Yes, absolutely. This is another example of a practice which may not be illegal, but sure feels very wrong. We've heard the argument of "why bother", it won't make that much difference. The problem is that it does make a difference cumulatively. For example, I am particularly tired of financial service industries doing things that they know are wrong or borderline illegal and then gleefully paying fines if they get caught. This bill is a step in the right direction. Compete on a common playing field and pay the same taxes that everyone else has to.