The state of Texas insists you apply the state sales tax not only to the product, but also to any shipping and handling charges.
It appears E-junkie only applies tax to the product.
I see that Google Checkout has an option to apply the tax to shipping and handling as well, but Google Checkout's settings apparently don't override E-Junkies.
Is there a solution for this? Essentially, E-Junkie is calculating the wrong tax for anyone who uses this product in Texas to sell to someone else in Texas.
Just trying not to run afoul of the law!