Republican lawmaker says he's open to Internet sales tax

Rep. Greg Davids, chairman of the House Taxes Committee, says the current policy is hurting Minnesota businesses, which often watch customers come in to browse but then leave to order goods online and get out of paying taxes.
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Rep. Greg Davids, chairman of the House Taxes Committee, says the current policy is hurting Minnesota businesses, which often watch customers come in to browse but then leave to order goods online and get out of paying taxes.

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