Interesting stuff. The Supreme Court had always fascinated me. As the law stands now we are not charged taxes on online purchases unless the retailer has a physical presence in the state we live in. This could change and have us pay tax on all purchases. Scalia, before he died wrote an opinion that not taxing internet goods will harm brick and mortar while taxing goods that have a physical presence in a state will encourage people to avoid purchasing goods in there home states. There is big money riding on this decision. Billions for the states if they get it.