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(Denver Post)   Denver's plans for spending its proposed 5% tax on recreational MJ would give it more inspectors and enforcers for pot than Colorado has for the oil & gas industries   (denverpost.com) divider line 5
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2013-07-14 04:30:32 PM  
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Notabunny: I'm a grown-up. My wife and I graduated from college, I've been with the same employer for 18 years, I have a mortgage, an SUV, and a schnauzer, my son is in Boy Scouts and my daughter takes ballet lessons, I volunteer at the elementary school and during the community bike path clean up days, and I march in the 4th of July parades. I'm a stable member of my community. I believe I am capable of growing whatever plant I want in my own garden for my own enjoyment, and I believe I can do so without destroying society. I wish my government had as much confidence in my abilities as my neighbors do.


Lazy stoner. You disgust me.
2013-07-14 03:52:24 PM  
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Denver's plans for spending its proposed 5% tax on recreational MJ would give it more inspectors and enforcers for pot than Colorado has for the oil & gas industries


Why would anyone want recreational Michael Jackson? Think of the children!
2013-07-14 03:49:35 PM  
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Pray 4 Mojo: That's because the oil and gas companies self regulate.


This might be the best comment ever.
2013-07-14 03:46:37 PM  
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vartian: "It is imperative that city officials demonstrate they are not using the potential of a new revenue source to go on a shopping spree in order to backfill city budgets."

Why? Isn't this exactly why you would want a recreational, lucrative product that can sustain a very high tax rate? Pay for schools, roads, police...whatever, fill the coffers.


Roads, huh? Would that go toward fixing pot holes?
2013-07-14 02:44:31 PM  
1 votes:
That's because the oil and gas companies self regulate.
 
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