State legislators passed bills Wednesday that would require online retailers to collect Michigan’s six percent sales tax on more items.
Those bills are headed to the governor’s desk where they are expected to be signed.
The tax change could generate up to $120 million in revenue.
That money would go to schools.
Some local stores are hoping this would level the playing field.
“It’s something obviously we can see that some democrats and republicans can agree on,” said Thaddaeus Gommesen, owner of Toy Town in Downtown Cadillac.
He says if these bills become law, it would be great for them.
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by gabriella galloway, adam bourland
december 4, 2019