COLUMBUS, Ohio— A likely appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court was on the minds of justices in Ohio on Tuesday as they contemplated how the state's primary business tax should apply to online sales. Ohio Supreme Court justices repeatedly raised the issue of a federal appeal during oral arguments in a set of cases that challenge Ohio's ability to impose its commercial... » Read More
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