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Belmont Law Review

Authors

Leigh Stanfield

Abstract

This student note examines the impact of e-commerce on state tax revenue. It explores internet retail jurisprudence, and the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. decision. It explores state approaches to taxing e-commerce revenue, as well as continuing issues in e-commerce taxation, and concludes with a model provision.

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