The Rhode Island General Assembly passed legislation to collect sales tax from online retailers.
The bill was introduced by Senator William Conley Jr.
“Out-of-state retailers should adhere to the state sales tax the same as every store on Main Street. It’s a question of fairness. This legislation is good news for Rhode Island’s brick-and-mortar businesses, which will now be competing on a more level playing field with their online counterparts,” said Conley.
The bill now moves to the governor’s office.
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march 27, 2019