Under state law, up to $40 million in marijuana tax revenue will go toward capital construction for schools. Dr. Bull explains in the letter that in order to be eligible for the grants, school districts must pass a local bond issue or have matching funds available.
No tax windfall from medical, retail sales
** Senators say marijuana is not a pot of gold. **
***How Marijuana Impacts Denver Schools.***
***Colo. Pot Director Tells Mass. That State Revenue Gains 'Are A Myth'***
"You do not legalize for taxation. It is a myth. You are not going to pave streets. You are not going to be able to pay teachers,” Andrew Freedman, director of Marijuana Coordination for Colorado, said on Boston Herald Radio yesterday. “The big red herring is the whole thing that the tax revenue will solve a bunch of crises. But it won’t.”
"This blog seems terribly dominated by dishonest posts by a person who must know that their position cannot stand on truth because the person posts all the old lies and disproved claims."
Maybe this will help clear things up.