Can Marijuana Lift Colorado Out of the Recession?
  • Colorado raked in $5 million in tax revenue in 2011 from medical marijuana businesses, and its cities collected hundreds of thousands more from the budding industry.
  • If voters pass Amendment 64, which would legalize marijuana and regulate it like alcohol, the state will save $12 million in criminal and court costs in the first year (note: article is from October 2012. Amendment 64 did pass)

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Taken from a protest in Dallas.  This car is from www.norml.org so if you plan on doing something protesty (lol testy) on 4/20 you should look into one of these.

Taken from a protest in Dallas.  This car is from www.norml.org so if you plan on doing something protesty (lol testy) on 4/20 you should look into one of these.