MobyLives says that is threatening to stop listing almost 2,000 Connecticut businesses on its site if the mean ol' Connecticut legislature tries to make Amazon pay state sales tax.

“If Connecticut were to enact RB 5481, Amazon and presumably dozens of other out-of-state retailers would simply sever affiliate advertising relationships with Connecticut residents,” Paul Misener, Amazon’s vice president for global public policy, wrote in testimony submitted to the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee.

If Amazon goes through with it, Connecticut will be the 4th state—after North Carolina, Rhode Island, and Colorado—where Amazon has pulled this gambit. MobyLives points out that they have 46 states to go.