Sales tax money is set aside at the Karing Kind marijuana dispensary in Boulder, Colo., in January. A strict anti-spending provision in the state Constitution may force Colorado to refund nearly $60 million in marijuana taxes intended for school construction and other needs.
Sales tax money is set aside at the Karing Kind marijuana dispensary in Boulder, Colo., in January. A strict anti-spending provision in the state Constitution may force Colorado to refund nearly $60 million in marijuana taxes intended for school construction and other needs. Benjamin Rasmussen The New York Times
Sales tax money is set aside at the Karing Kind marijuana dispensary in Boulder, Colo., in January. A strict anti-spending provision in the state Constitution may force Colorado to refund nearly $60 million in marijuana taxes intended for school construction and other needs. Benjamin Rasmussen The New York Times

Colorado’s tax revenue from marijuana sales may have to be refunded

April 01, 2015 7:47 PM

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