OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Former Gov. Brad Henry will lead a bipartisan discussion on internet sales tax and the impact that the lack of such a tax on certain online retailers has on so-called brick-and-mortar buildings in the state.
Others scheduled to take part in the discussion Friday are House Speaker Kris Steele, state Treasurer Ken Miller, former Treasurer Scott Meacham and city officials, business officials and Chamber of Commerce officials from across the state.
The meeting will be held at Oklahoma City University.
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