Medical Cannabis Cotton Candy
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, August, 28th 2013 by THCFinder
Denver City Council discusses marijuana sales tax
Category: News | Posted on Wed, August, 28th 2013 by THCFinder
DENVER - On the Denver City Council's agenda on Monday was a special retail marijuana sales tax discussion.
The potential tax will be subject to the approval of the voters at a special municipal election to be held in conjunction with the state odd-year election on Nov. 5.
The sales tax would be at an initial rate of 5 percent and allows the City Council to move the rate anywhere between 3.5 percent and 15 percent without further voter approval.
This sales tax would be on top of the already approved state tax on marijuana.
The bill must pass no later than Monday in order to meet the deadlines for the November ballot.
George Takei Praises Marijuana Smoking Justin Trudeau
Category: Celebrities | Posted on Wed, August, 28th 2013 by THCFinder
The Morning Show discusses if Justin Trudeau’s admission that he consumed marijuana will win or lose him support in the video below. Obviously, if you are reading this blog you are probably like me and think that it should gain him support. After all, poll after poll shows that more people support cannabis reform than oppose it now, and that number should continue to grow as time goes by. If you are not familiar with Justin Trudeau, below is a brief excerpt from his website, followed by the video previously mentioned.
“Justin was first elected to Parliament in the Montreal riding of Papineau in 2008, defying political insiders who believed that a federalist candidate would have little chance against an incumbent member of the Bloc Québécois. In the past five years, he has worked tirelessly to represent an electoral district where close to 50 percent of voters’ mother tongue is neither French nor English. For Justin, the people of Papineau exemplify Canada’s rich diversity, evolving identity, and the struggle for equality of opportunity. He has served the hard working middle-class families and small businesses of his constituency, who, in recent years have faced economic challenges. He has worked alongside local community organisations by bringing together different cultures and religions, and establishing local initiatives on social issues, the environment, and the arts.”
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