We're fired up about this.
It could bring in $16.7 million annually.
Mason Tvert, communications director at Marijuana Policy Project and one of the backers of Amendment 64, told The Huffington
Half the money collected by the tax would go to fund substance abuse education programs and the rest would go to the general
Colorado voters passed Amendment 64 last November making the limited sale, possession and growing of marijuana for recreational
According to a new survey released today from Public Policy Polling, 77 percent of Colorado voters support the 15 percent
"This was ground-breaking work and the Task Force process went very well," task force co-chair Barbara Brohl said. "It was