New revenue from legal marijuana 
won’t offset law enforcement costs

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Correlation doesn’t imply causation, like—for instance—while there may be a correlation between good-old-boy boards looking elsewhere while public monies are skimmed, it doesn’t necessarily mean the board ‘caused’ it.  Right?

After Mesa Mall was built did shoplifting go up in that area?  Do convenience stores ‘increase crime’?  I am use to very weak arguments from this columnist, but he continues to surprise me.

Rick Wagner isn’t taking into account the amount of taxpayer money which will be saved through police, courts and prisons no longer using resources to go after marijuana related “crimes”.  But Rick Wagner is a deeply stupid man. The Sentinel should be embarrassed to allow him on their pages.

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