State to try again for Internet sales tax
The state Revenue Department will try for a fourth time to make out-of-state Internet stores collect sales taxes from their Wisconsin buyers.
The agency's budget request for the next two years would raise an extra $46.5 million.
Wisconsin would join 22 other states in adopting uniform sales tax rules that make it easier for companies to collect taxes in numerous states.
Revenue administrator Diane Hardt says it's only fair.