By  on January 12, 2018

The issue of state tax paid by internet-based retailers is set to get the U.S. Supreme Court treatment.

The court agreed Friday to take up an appeal of South Dakota’s lawsuit against a trio of online companies, Wayfair, and Newegg, over their refusal to submit to a new state law forcing them to remit sales tax, even without any physical presence in the state. The decision was released without explanation, as is customary.

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