Need Questioned For New Uniform Remote Sales Tax Model Law

Law360 (June 22, 2020, 9:11 PM EDT) -- A uniform law group that formally met for the first time Monday on whether it should create model legislation on state taxation of online sales drew challenging questions from business groups on what new need the committee might actually serve.

Utah state Sen. Lyle Hillyard is the chairman of a Uniform Law Commission committee that is trying to decide whether it needs to create model legislation on the taxation of online sales. (AP) The committee of the Uniform Law Commission, a nonprofit group that drafts and promotes uniform state legislation, began its inquiry Monday on whether it will try to design model legislation...

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