Hawaii lawmakers debate options for online sales tax

04/11/2011 | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

A Hawaii House bill would require online retailers to either collect sales tax on in-state purchases or provide the state with names, dates and amounts so the state can collect the tax. Brick-and-mortar merchants support taxing online purchases, but some are concerned that the second option would infringe consumers' privacy.

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