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NEWS: Georgia may yet tax Rolexes, short-term rentals, ride-hailing and other online com

A new organization is lobbying to close what it calls a “loophole” in Georgia’s internet tax law that it says are costing the state, counties, cities and people who don’t have internet access.

“Because they’re not being collected, those are dollars that are not being used in our communities, and for me, that’s a problem,” said Billy Honor, at a state Capitol press conference on Tuesday.

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