The legislation would change a 1992 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that does not allow sales to be taxed over the Internet if the purchase is made in another state. Jacobs, the co-founder of the Tennessee Liberty Alliance, is actively voicing his opposition to the new tax. He’s even challenged Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, who favors the new legislation, to a debate over the issue.
By the way, his signature move is the “choke slam.” What say you, Mr. Ramsey?
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