Colo. Politicians Threaten to Repeal Marijuana Legalization If Voters Don't Approve High TaxesChris | InformationLiberation
May. 01, 2013
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Politicians in Colorado are threatening voters they'll repeal the legalization of marijuana unless they approve an outrageously high 30% tax rate on the sale of the plant.
Marijuana legalization may have received more votes from Coloradans than President Obama--who carried the state--but some lawmakers are still mulling over a repeal.In other words, your freedoms are only permitted so long as they provide the state with revenue.
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