U.S. Supreme Court Hesitates In E-Commerce Sales Tax Case
Wochit - April 17, 2018
On Tuesday, the US Supreme Court appeared hesitant to allow states to force out-of-state online retailers to collect sales taxes on purchases, with some of the justices claiming that Congress would be best suited to resolve the matter..
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