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Tue February 25, 2014
'Main Street Fairness' legislation would add sales tax to online orders
Michigan's new state treasurer, Kevin Clinton, is calling for Michigan residents to pay the state's 6% sales tax on Internet purchases.
Right now, online shoppers in the state don't have to pay the sales tax to companies that don't have actual stores in Michigan, like Amazon or Overstock.com.
There are currently bills in the state Legislature known as "Main Street Fairness" legislation that would change that.
So will you soon have to pay sales tax on your Amazon purchases? Chad Livengood, Lansing reporter for the Detroit News, joined us today to try and answer that question.
Listen to the full interview above.