The experience of other states like Colorado and Washington suggests that when medical sales are tax free, many marijuana users become a medical marijuana patient. The loopholes in Proposition 64 means revenue projections could fall far short of expectations.
The experience of other states like Colorado and Washington suggests that when medical sales are tax free, many marijuana users become a medical marijuana patient. The loopholes in Proposition 64 means revenue projections could fall far short of expectations. BENJAMIN RASMUSSEN The New York Times
The experience of other states like Colorado and Washington suggests that when medical sales are tax free, many marijuana users become a medical marijuana patient. The loopholes in Proposition 64 means revenue projections could fall far short of expectations. BENJAMIN RASMUSSEN The New York Times

Marijuana tax revenue hopes could go up in smoke

October 06, 2016 11:00 AM

UPDATED October 06, 2016 11:00 AM

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