Online shoppers in Michigan could see a sales tax added to their purchases starting next October.
The legislation is now in front of Gov. Rick Snyder.
Supporters say it would end an unfair advantage for retailers such as Amazon.com over stores located in Michigan.
“What really pushed it over the line is the amount of companies that are doing business online,” said Sen. Mike Kowall, R-White Lake. “And you have all the brick-and-mortar people that are dying.”