Utah consumers would start to see a sales tax on items purchased online from small out-of-state sellers that use the platforms of retail giants such as Amazon, eBay and Overstock under a bill that cleared the Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee with a unanimous vote on Wednesday.

Though state law already imposes sales tax for online purchases, the sponsor of the bill, Sen. Curt Bramble, R-Provo, says a loophole may be allowing a “large percent of all sales” from small third-party retailers to forfeit sales taxes.

The senator said he believes there will be “new revenue generated” through the bill, but the amount has yet to be estimated.