The South Dakota state legislature could meet for a potential special session to implement any laws needed for collecting online sales tax.
That need comes following a US Supreme Court ruling in the state’s favor that state’s can collect sales tax from online retail vendors.
Governor Dennis Daugaard is reaching out to legislative leaders, suggesting a special session might be needed to implement the ruling.
House Majority Leader Lee Qualm says he’s not entirely sure what would be covered during a special session. He says he has many questions.