Hazy government budget projections from pot tax could go up in smoke

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Rick, it seems to me that your argument is more against the majority of Colorado voters that approved recreational marijuana. Through user taxes, the state is simply trying to implement that decision and provide protection and education for potential underage users. The state has no previous experience with this now legal type of commerce. If your beef is with the legalization of the drug, then start a citizens’ initiative to have it repealed.



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