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Missouri lawmakers have proposed H.B. 1957, which would require vendors engaging in business activities in Missouri with gross receipts from in-state sales of tangible personal property totaling $100,000 or more during a 12-month period to collect and remit use tax. The bill would also require marketplace facilitators that reach the economic nexus threshold by January 1, 2021 to collect and remit sales and use tax on behalf of third party sellers. A similar measure, S.B. 648 was also introduced in the state Senate.