Amazon and the California legislatvie leaders have agreed on a deal to let the retailer duck a new tax law until September 2012. (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

Under the deal, Amazon can delay collecting the taxes until September 2012, unless Congress weighs in on the issue and trumps the state law before then.

According to a report from the Los Angeles Times, there’s been no word from Gov. Jerry Brown (D) on the deal. Last week, Brown rejected Amazon’s offer to open two distribution centers in California in exchange for safe harbor from the law until 2014.

The law, which has also been resisted by other online retailers such as Overstock.com, was originally projected to generate about $200 million for the state.

Related stories:

More technology coverage from The Post

Amazon offers Calif. 7,000 jobs to hold off on tax law

Amazon seeking California voter referendum on new online sales tax law