After Supreme Court ruling, Texas bills would bring in $850 million in online sales tax

Lawmakers moved to apply the state's sales tax to goods sold by remote vendors who don't have physical operations in Texas.

By EDGAR WALTERS, The Texas Tribune
Posted 5/3/19

Texans who shop online could soon see purchase prices go up — filling the state treasury by roughly a half-billion dollars over the next two years — thanks to a proposed new mechanism …

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