Michigan released how it will implement its internet sales tax collection process Monday, with Gov. Rick Snyder planning to urge the Legislature to put all the gains directly into road funding.
The state estimates collecting sales taxes for internet sales will net the state $203 million during the 2018-19 fiscal year. That could increase to $248 million by fiscal year 2020-21.
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