James Briggs and Richard Wolf Indianapolis Star Published 6:05 p.m. UTC Jun 21, 2018 It could soon cost more money to make online purchases in Indiana — and Luke Kenley is thrilled. Kenley, a former Republican state senator from Noblesville, is claiming victory in his 15-year battle to force retailers to charge sales tax on internet sales to Indiana consumers. The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled states can collect taxes from most online retailers — a step Indiana took last year with a law authored by Kenley. Kenley was waiting for clarity from the court so the Indiana law could take full effect. “I’m going to celebrate today,” Kenley said. “I’m probably the only one that is. I’m sure all the millennials who shop online are not going to be celebrating.” More: Cold beer sales at grocery stores probably won’t happen with Bosma’s new chairman More: Indiana pokes U.S. Supreme Court: That online sales tax decision is unfair More: Indiana makes moves to force you to pay online sales tax Online sales tax proponents such as Kenley have argued that taxing internet transactions is a matter of fairness. Companies that circumvent Indiana’s 7 percent sales tax can have a competitive advantage over brick-and-mortar… Read full this story
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