On Tuesday's Political Rewind, Georgians could soon be paying more for online purchases if a measure to hold companies accountable for collecting the taxes they owe on internet purchases continues to gain momentum under the Gold Dome.
Legislative leaders say enforcing collections could add $300 million or more to the state treasury at a time when budgets are tight.
Our panel also discussed possible tax cuts on the table in the new state legislative session.
And the top six Democratic candidates for president are prepping today for Tuesday night’s Iowa debate.
Kyle Hayes – Co-host and Founder of PeachPod: A Georgia Politics Podcast
Chip Lake – Republican Strategist
Mo Ivory – Attorney
Kevin Riley – Editor, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution