Guest Host: Matt McCleskey

American consumers spend billions every year on goods sold over the Internet. Technically, we’re supposed to pay state taxes on those goods. But lawmakers around the country say they’re getting shortchanged. Tech Tuesday explores why it is surprisingly difficult to collect taxes on goods sold over the web.


  • Ylan Mui Reporter, Washington Post
  • Steve DelBianco Executive Director, NetChoice
  • Donald J. Bruce Associate Professor of Economics, Center for Business & Economic Research, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • Margaret Ballard Vice President for Advocacy, Retail Alliance (Virginia)

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