State Representative Drew Dennert

Lee Strubinger / SDPB

Starting November first, the state of South Dakota will collect sales taxes from online purchases.

This comes after years of political wrangling and a US Supreme Court decision that allows the state to require online retailers to remit sales tax from purchases.

When South Dakota lawmakers passed a bill several sessions ago that requires online vendors to remit sales tax to the state, the legislation carried an automatic injunction incase the bill was challenged in court.

It was.