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 July 11, 2014

new approach oregonOne of the country’s leading drug policy reformers visited Oregon Tuesday to make a pitch for legalizing marijuana, calling our initiative headed to the November ballot “the new gold standard” of marijuana reform efforts.

Ethan Nadelmann, executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, called our effort to legalize marijuana “the No. 1 priority” for his New York-based organization.

WHAT ABOUT OUR INITIATIVE MAKES IT THE “GOLD STANDARD” FOR LEGALIZATION?

  • It establishes strict regulation and oversight of marijuana that allows responsible production and adult use while penalizing access to minors.
  • It uses an existing entity – the Oregon Liquor Control Commission – to regulate the system, creating no new bureaucracy.
  • It will produce tens of millions in tax revenue for the state, paying for school funding, state and local police and drug treatment and prevention programs.
  • Marijuana taxes in Oregon would be lower than Washington’s and Colorado’s, which would allow legal business owners to compete with and undercut black market sellers.

You can read the Oregonian’s coverage of Ethan’s visit here.

Source: New Approach Oregon

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  • mlc

    There needs to be places for Adult to go and smoke Cannabis. “Coffee& Vape shops ” This could produce more tax dollars in commercial real estate taxes. This would help tourist and citizens from breaking the no smoking in public places laws

    • Tim Cook

      420 friendly hotels

    • Choom Gang

      I think it would be cool to own a bud and breakfast.

    • David

      Seattle’s City Council and mayor are currently working on opening vape shops inside the city.

  • PaHopefull

    If the State of Oregon initiative is successful in both passage and implementation, I believe PA would be a perfect fit for this “gold standard”. PA controls all retail wine and spirit sales through State run stores. They already have the system in place to prohibit sales to minors. This is an alcohol post prohibition system that has been in place for a very long time. Many PA residents would like to see the State out of the distribution end of the business but the issue of loss of jobs for State employees is an issue. PA has always been slow to implement change but this is an opportunity to maintain its prohibitionist style with just a change in recreational drug of choice.

    • David

      Washington state voter’s eliminated their State operated stores in 2012.Disaster! Liquor price’s have now increased up to 60%

      • Drew Lunn

        Try making the same argument about cannabis in CO vs WA.

        • David

          Well I suppose some of us had to initially stick our collective necks out. Maybe we should give it more than one week. And the rest of Washington’s 334 retail stores are open for business. Both Colorado and Washington voters found the courage to stand up to the federal Gov’t and stop marijuana prohibition. California voted it down in 2010, Oregon 2012. It’s easy to find fault when others have already done the heavy lifting.

          • Drew Lunn

            I’m just saying I’d rather be down here in OR, where I’ll be able to grow my own should this measure pass, than in WA, where I’d be just as oppressed and broke as I am now. The freedom to grow my own is what I seek. Not trying to trash talk you guys up in WA. I just don’t see state monopolies on anything as good. You say that it’s too early to judge, because WA is so far behind that shops opened six months late, and emptied in three days. Prices were also two to three times that of the black market.

            Less regulation, and vertical integration like CO’s approach is where it’s at so far as the business aspect of it. CO also allows for home growing, which is the deciding factor in my book. Are you trying to imply that WA’s law is more effective than CO? If so I’d have to disagree on pretty much every point except the loose regulation of edibles in CO (which is currently being reviewed). I’d definitely have to concede that it is better than prohibition, although only slightly.

          • Bongstar420

            You promise not to sell any of your excess or give much more away than you would in the value of Tomatoes you grow (assuming that you grow your own Tomatoes for the same reason you would desire grow your own Cannabis- not to save or make money but as a hobby)?

            I prefer the USPS over any other courier because their product is better and their CEO isn’t overpaid like lets say Fed Ex (CEO is paid over $10mil annually to run a business that is 10x smaller than USPS that pays $250k annually).

          • Drew Lunn

            I desire to grow my own cannabis so that I may consume every last nugget. I may however smoke some with friends and family.

          • David

            Probably with Washington grown clones, unless you drive to Cow-town. Good luck. Even Portland has more to do in one day. why don’t you stop bitch’n about everything

          • David

            Actually the state store roll out has proceeded pretty mucha they thought it would. With over 7000 applications filled out vs.334 actual retail licences awarded. And every one having to be vetted. Yes, this was unexpected and took somewhat more time but not much more than originally planned for, so, it’s working out. The supply they knew would be an issue. Again, the LCCB knew this might happen, primarily due to the “Mom and Pop” provision in WA.’s law : Grower’s cannot sell / sellers cannot grow. This provision was put into place to stop only a few very big grows from being able to control of both sides of the retail / grower market. It’s was designed to help encourage smaller “craft-style growers and retailers”. CO. is already dealing with The “Amazonation” of their markets and growers. in Washington voter’s, are different than Colorado voters, for example, more voted for Republican Mitt Romney than legalization there (Consider the irony of that). But thankfully, President Obama squeaked by. Also, one must consider the remaining states which never passed any medical marijuana laws (as WA and OR both did in 1998) what are they to do. There is also a much more politically powerful and organized opposition than had been established in 2012. Many including myself believe that they’ll first take a run at trying to repeal the Colorado’s law. In Colorado legalization remains big a political pinata just waiting to get whacked. This is not true in WA. which like OR. smartly has decided to regulate via an established state entity.And not those dip-shit’s in the legislature, (as is the case in CO) Anyway sorry this was so long thought I’d address a few questions get them out of the way. I believe OR and WA have more in common than difference’s. Please, talk in person if you can with people in CO. to someone living there. As to your grow question, Personal adult growing is a low priority as the stores continue to roll-out. It’s basic economic’s devote resources to sell you a few clones or open the retailers get the harvest’s together.for the cruise-ship tourist who flood Seattle each summer. it’s legal to grow medical in WA. Most of Washingtonian’s live in cities. Seattle has more renter’s than home owner’s. It’s not very feasible for them to grow , not to mention being more expensive than many seem to believe, (Think utilities, water sewer trash etc. (I have experience in this particular arena). Not everyone has a green thumb. Schwag happens and that $$$ could have bought a lot of bud with the light’s heat , smell and bugs. One thrip infestation boom back to square one. Again sorry for the length best regards and good luck in your states efforts.

          • David

            Drew, one item, I completely forgot to mention earlier is I’ve heard from several very reliable source’s that WA’s. retail grow restrictions will “most likely” be removed and amended. This, once the remaining adult non-medical retail stores are operating and stocked fully. This should be only a few harvests away from becoming reality. This was a concern you mentioned and I simply forgot. Best of luck

          • David

            “Are you trying to imply that WA’s law is more effective than CO? If so I’d have to disagree on pretty much every point” …………….Yup, correct Drew. It’s my view that Washington’s law is MUCH more effective than Colorado’s. I’d be glad to compare the merits of each anytime. I’ve been to Denver many times since legalization. I’ve witnessed sampled the stores and product myself. I was under-whelmed. Anyway, from what I’ve read regarding Oregon’s pending ballot legislation. Oregon’s stores would not be any less regulated than Washington’s. Perhaps I’m mistaken. However, If they’re going to be under the auspices of a state Liquor control entity, that’s very similar to WA’s law. Anyway please chat me up regarding how some filthy Y-2K era medical dispensary’s ( I’ve been in them) should become the legalization model other states should emulate. The one burning question that was on my mind as I last left Denver (my former girlfriend is living there) was this: These stores were as nice as it get’s in Denver. UGH!

          • Drew Lunn

            “Anyway, from what I’ve read regarding Oregon’s pending ballot
            legislation. Oregon’s stores would not be any less regulated than
            Washington’s.” Wrong. First off the tax in WA is ridiculous. Second; there is no upward limit set on how much cannabis can be grown in OR. That will be decided by the market itself. Third; the zoning will be less restrictive. Fourth; Consumers will be able to purchase seedlings/clones here in OR. I could go on, but four points based in fact seem enough for now.

          • David

            Why do you give a shit? You don’t fucking even live up here. All you want to do is flip some WA. clones from what I’ve read. Big volume customer aren’t ya? We don’t need your fucking money

          • Drew Lunn

            More CO voters did not vote for Romney than legalization. That is a complete fabrication of facts.

            “As it currently stands 1,307,288 people in Colorado went to the polls and voted to legalize marijuana. By comparison, only 1,252,269 people in the state cast a ballot for Barack Obama for President and just 1,135,165 voted for Mitt Romney.”

            http://justsaynow.firedoglake.com/2012/11/08/in-colorado-marijuana-legalization-got-more-votes-than-obama/

          • David

            CO. 1,383,130 yes legalization CO: Yes Pres. Obama 51.5%
            WA. 1,724,209 Yes legalization WA: Yes Pres. Obama 56.86%

          • David

            “Just” 1,135,165 voted for Mr. 1% “Corporations are people my friend” ? What’s the fuck’s wrong with those idiot’s? … oh yeah they live in Cow-poke land. So The legalization President just squeaked by on a measly 1.5% in CO.? And you’re OK with that? Seatlle is granted, a bigger city than Cow-Town but 1.5% Shit! Mittens wouldn’t have allowed Iced tea to remain legal.

          • David

            That’s so full of shit. I’ve got your fucking vertical intergration

          • Drew Lunn

            Point in fact. WA has over-regulated the cannabis industry to such an extent that supply is low and prices are twice to three times what they should be. CO on the other hand, has allowed for personal growing, pulled in tens of millions of dollars, and provided quality cannabis at a competitive price.

            Please do relate to me the positive outcomes of WA’s measure, that was passed at the same time as CO’s? Something concrete, not just your personal experience at a shop, or your vehement Washingtonian pride. Your tone seems that of someone who would defend the actions of WA even if they were blatantly wrong.

          • David

            Brand new stores that don’t smell like puke ?.

          • David

            pass your own law stop complaining about Washington’s. If you can do it better fine. Leave us the fuck alone. And no we don’t want your money

        • David

          Ok, You big pussies down in Oregon blew it. Now there’s a comment board so you prohibitionists can all cry like a bunch of little bitches about Washington’s law. Pass your own fucking law first. I’m so tired of reading about that fucked up situation in Colorado. Everyone in Oregon apparenly love’s it so much because you’ve never fuckin been there!!

  • disavour

    New Approach Oregon is attempting to hand the keys of recreational
    cannabis to the OLCC, a very bad idea. Buried in the initiative is state
    control and money grabbing – SECTION 57 Homemade MJ extracts
    prohibited, SECTION 64 Confiscation of Marijuana and Property, SECTION
    56 Homegrown marijuana grown in public view prohibited…limited to 8
    ozs at one time, we are subject to indoor grows and not an annual
    harvest from sun grown, the OLCC can deny or pull a license based on
    “reputation and moral character”; if you’ve had a DUI, forget it. No
    breeding program or R & D…It goes on and on. Follow the money as
    they attempt to bottleneck the system away from the many current growers
    to a select group. Where did the funding
    come from? $685,000 to sway Oregonians into “recreational legalization”
    has a motive of profit only.
    Be aware of the underlying intention.
    Oregon can and will do better.

    • Uncle Arthur

      Maybe the legalization model isn’t picture perfect, but I’ll take that over the crime against humanity of prohibition any day. If you are suggesting that people vote against this initiative, and if the initiative does indeed fail; making Oregon suffer more years of prohibition to hold out the “perfect” legalization model is hardly an upside. Don’t let perfect be the enemy of the good.

      • disavour

        I follow the money. The intentions are good but the OLCC is still in the 1950’s.
        It’s a coup for liquor stores as well as approved, according to “reputation and moral character”, commercial growers. You were arrested in 1969 for illegal assembly and trespass? DENIED.

        • David

          Every time I cross the Canadian border the border patrol checks my identification to determine if I have a criminal record or DUI. It’s a part of life I’m afraid..

          • disavour

            Background checks are fine except when the criteria is based on “reputation and moral character”. Vague and subjective. How are your morals doing today?

          • David

            My moral’s were fine last time I checked. And I’m still friends with my ex-wife! Anyway, I was referring to crossing international borders. When doing so, any individual’s public records are subject to being checked. If you believe that you’ve experienced background checks “when the criteria is based upon reputation and moral character”. that sounds like discriminatory behavior. And my advice would be to see an attorney, and say nothing more, until you do so.

          • Drew Lunn

            You bring up a very good point; many parts of this law will change after it is passed. The “plants per household” rule will likely be amended to read “plants per person”, as household caps are likely unconstitutional. I’m sure there are other snippets that will be contested as well. Until then, I’m happy to have such a good base upon which to build.

          • David

            Same in Washington .Change thankfully comes from via a state operated entitiy, not the state political body.. Currently, Colorado’s law is primarily controlled by it’s political body. Politic’s change. More people voted for Romney in Colorado than voted for legalization. I’m not sure a President Romney would have even allowed these two state experiments get out of the gate to begin with. Washington, like Oregon is more politically settled than Colorado. I hope this changes eventually. . WA’s Cannabis Control Board recently changed the law pertaining to retail adult purchase and concentrate purchase limit’s (Now one ounce per purchase) and concentrate amount.. And it changed for the better which is the point. Politic’s can only poison the legalization effort in other states.Next up” are WA’s. non-medical grow restriction. This part of the law will be the next to go out the window. But not until the retail stores are fully open and operating. The LCCB has enough on it’s plate. * Note Medical patient’s in WA. can legally grow as alway’s

          • Bongstar420

            You do not sound like a person who would need to worry about the moral requirements clause. Should a convicted pedophile be allowed to open up a business and become a millionaire so that they can get away with their pedophilia?

        • Drew Lunn

          Also, the legality of that language will most definitely be contested in court. Quite possibly by myself and my wife, as we’re considering starting a shop once the measure passes. I am however smart enough to take what I can get, when I can get it, and push for more later. My vote will be yes.

          • Bongstar420

            People who argue against moral standing requirements cannot meet those requirements. I am a felon, and I meet the moral character requirements. Its not hard to do

          • Drew Lunn

            “Good moral character” also includes a “respect for state and federal law”. Explain to me how you’ve got a history of “respect for state and federal law” as a felon. Perhaps you’ve got respect for state and federal law now, as I (also a felon) do (to an extent). Then take into account that while engaged in a state approved cannabis business, you are in violation of federal law. Then explain to me how any person applying for said licensing can claim to have “good moral character”.

          • David

            Don’t pay attention to these whiny chicken-shits. Afraid of taxes, afraid, they can’t grow, afraid’s their word. I feel sorry for some. Some are just fucking little assholes

          • David

            The key words here being ” Once the measure passes”. Dream on. Open a barbershop.

          • David

            Oh goooood. Now stop bitching until you pass your own law

          • disavour

            Great. You have $30K to push with?

    • boe

      Dont be a dumbass. The perfect legalization will never happen. This is the best thing that could happen to Oregon. I hope it works out.

      • disavour

        No it’s not. Read the initiative,
        you apparently aren’t familiar
        with the OLCC and its gestapo tactics. Don’t be so thick headed and ignorant.

        • Drew Lunn

          You could always grow your own god damned weed and leave the rest of us to do the same instead of waiting for perfection. Ever stop to think that perhaps it’s better not to get arrested for reasonable personal consumption of home-grown cannabis? We could always build upon this measure to make it better.

          • disavour

            Been growing for 21 years. You?
            Once a law is in place it’s expensive and time consumptive to modify. I say, do it right the first time.

          • Drew Lunn

            Then I say you’re an asshat. If you’ve been growing illegally for 21 years, and you feel it necessary to condemn others to legal troubles for the same reason, then you are just as much the problem as a prohibitionist. Actually, I know what your motivation is. You grow illegally because you sell it, and you wouldn’t want legalization to ruin your “job”. Go get a real damned job, and stop treading on the rest of us, bottom feeder.

          • disavour

            I’m a legal OMMP grower and serve cancer and MS patients. I don’t rely on it for money as you claim. I grow because they need the medicine. So run along punk and intercourse thyself on a fire hydrant.

          • Drew Lunn

            So you believe that you have more reason to grow/consume cannabis than any other free adult? If not, than I see no reason for you to vote no, other than to oppress those that don’t have an extreme medical condition. Which includes me, hence my irritation. Your idiocy affects my freedom, and I’d consider you all sorts of things above and beyond asshat for that.

          • stellarvoyager

            The fact is, there will never be a legalization bill that satisfies those like disavour. He doesn’t want the rest of us to have legal cannabis, because he already has his, so screw everyone else. His is a selfish and self-centered attitude: abundant cannabis for me, and prohibition for thee. And to think: I voted to let people like that have medical cannabis back in ’98, and they turn around and stab their supporters in the back. Good for you for calling him out on it.

          • David

            The biggest opponent’s to Washington adult, non-medical legalization effort came from those also financially involved in it’s unregulated medical marijuana markets. And despite the many sky is falling predictions, if anything, our medical dispensary’s, at least in Seattle, have only gotten better.

          • Bongstar420

            BINGO!

          • David

            FUCK YOU

          • Bongstar420

            You’re not compliant (prior to HB 3460). I will bet on that

            475.304 Marijuana grow site registration

            system; rules; fee.

            (7) A registry identification cardholder or t
            he
            designated primary caregiver of the cardholder may
            reimburse the person responsible for a marijuana
            grow site for the costs of supplies and utilities
            associated with the production of marijuana for the
            registry identification cardholder. No other costs
            associated with the production of marijuana for the
            registry identification cardholder, including the cost of labor, may be reimbursed

            Production for an average grower who is actually OMMP compliant and not participating in HB3460 is $50-100/oz max. I’ve yet to see OMMP growers ask anything but black market wholesale prices which means they are liers.

            New Approach Oregon retains the OMMP law and HB 3460. Do you think OMMP growers won’t cheat with New Approach codified?

          • disavour

            I’m fully compliant. Bye!

          • David

            This reply sort of reply is what makes me happy Washington never regulated it’s dispensary’s or grows,Yikes

          • Drew Lunn

            And you say “do it right the first time”, because you are already capable of legally growing cannabis, as per your comment below, which basically means you are okay with me having no freedom to use cannabis, while you exercise yours.

          • disavour

            Never wrote or implied that. Stop making stuff up in hopes of achieving a sentient statement.
            Are you a paid shill for NA Oregon?

          • Drew Lunn

            You have indeed “implied that” with each and every keystroke.

          • David

            FUCK YOU !

        • Bongstar420

          The initiative to privatize the OLCC was dropped presumably because Washington saw its youth consumption rates go up along with the theft of alcohol after privatizing its alcohol supply.

          • disavour

            Show me the citation of the sources please.

      • David

        Fuck you

        • David

          Sorry, wrong person, you’ll know him when you see it.I Got tired of his sanctimonious sarcasm. Again, my apologies..

    • David

      Any legislation will be a work in progress. If Oregon voter’s defeat marijuana legalization once again, they will probably remain under the boot of prohibition for a very long time. A legalization bill has to first be signed into law before anything positive can happen.

      • disavour

        It’s prohibition that created this mess. Vote it out be done with it. Follow the money…

    • Bongstar420

      Thats good. I’m a felon, and I will still be awarded a liscense because a prior Cannabis felony not involving children is codified as inadequate grounds. I’d rather not see rapists, pedophiles, and otherwise violent people running businesses.

      People should not be growing drugs in the wide open. Most people that I meet are not competent enough to handle pressurized petroleum solvents in a safe fashion let alone employing other extraction methods. No one needs more than 8oz at a time unless they are looking to go to the black market. People who want to supply their own do not need a huge amount of space and allowing outdoor grows is rather unnecessary. A small closet will produce 4oz a mo and an outdoor grow would take up much more space than a small closet. If we were going for outdoor grows, then 24oz would be the rule. That only takes 2 medium plants.

      • disavour

        No , you won’t. Ask the OLCC what it takes and that’ll enlighten you.

  • mike1188

    I generally do not want government involved in bussiness but sometimes you have to pick the lesser of two evils. I am not from Oregon so this doesn’t affect me directly all I can say to anyone is if you do not want the liquor board to control marajuana. The the people need to speak out. I can tell you this no government will ever give the people anything with out getting something inturn. Basically it’s called I’ll suck your dick once but you have to suck mine 100 times first. Hate to be crude but it’s true. Everyone complain tell them you want marajuana legal and out of state control. Legalize it America .

  • Choom Gang

    Its better than their sister state, Washington’s program. For this stage of the game it is a very good program. And Oregon is somewhat tolerant already, so I think its a goldilocks bill. So chose your bed and sleep in it.

    • David

      Hard to see how it can be “better than their sister state,Washington’s program”. Oregon voter’s defeated marijuana legalization in 2012, voting instead to keep current marijuana prohibition in place.

      • Drew Lunn

        He’s referring to the initiative that we may very well be voting on this November. That measure is better than Washington’s program.

        • David

          Any program which accomplish’s a goal of keeping people out of jail for simply using Cannabis is, in my opinion, a good one.

          • Drew Lunn

            I agree completely. I’m just happy Oregon is following in CO’s footsteps more than it is WA.

          • David

            Do you? I realize this is an Oregon based website. Therefore, I suppose it shouldn’t be so surprising to read that so many commentary’s show such deep, resounding antipathy toward Washington’s legalization effort. Especially now as it moves forward in opening the approved 334 retail adult marijuana stores. As a Washingtonian, I understand. I was as shocked as Oregonians when it’s legalization law failed in 2012. Oregon and Washington share very many historical, cultural, political, even geographical ties with one another. We should support one another. Not be bitterly calling for failure. So Wa. chose differnt path than Colorado. We’re different states in many ways. Over the last several weeks, I’ve watched as many renowned marijuana reform representative’s/ advocates from all around the globe have descend upon Seattle. This, so they may better study WA’s. adult retail cannabis market’s. The EU, Switzerland, The UK, Chile etc. they are learning WA’.s experience’s as well as it’s mistakes. I have nothing against CO. and how they went about establishing their own retail system, based primarily upon American state medical marijuana law. They’re smart people. They understand that they cannot go forward with their on legalization plans following Colorado’s, as that system simply doesn’t exist. It’s as very easy to find good bud in Geneva or Paris. Try finding a medical dispensary. You’d be out of luck. So, sour grapes aside, one might be careful what they ask for.

          • Drew Lunn

            You might want to learn to accept reality: the reality that Washington’s measure is as close as you can actually get to prohibition without actually being prohibition. I’d rather buy my weed from the black market than pay 25 bucks per gram. I’ve tried thus far to be civil about this, but your blatant ignorance is apparent. The sad part is you support the oppression that WA state is handing out to cannabis users, as well as the cannabis industry.

          • David

            You might want to heed your own advice. I’ve tried being friendly but you’re a litte American prick. If you don’t like where you live and how your fellow citizens vote in 2012 why don’t you fucking move ? Playing Don Quixote with sour grapes because things haven’t gone your way is not the rest of the worlds problem..get over yourself.. Au revoir

          • David

            Then don’t fucking buy any! You live in another state. I don’t give a shit if you think the price is too high. All you do is bitch and complain because you pussies in Oregon chickened out at the last minute. You left us with that horrible situation in Cow-town. So pass your own retail law. Make it the way you want your to be. leaves our’s alone if you don’t want to buy anytrhing but a few clones and be a one time WA state buyer, but a continuous complaining pussy. Read above about my best friend in Angola. I read him this stuff. He’s also tired of you pussies constantly complaining too. Like Jimmy say’s “They can trade places with my fucking ass any time”

          • David

            FUCK YOU

          • David

            Fuck you!

          • David

            And you’re an idiot

          • Guest

            Not all good things are equal.

          • David

            yet all equal things are good.

          • Drew Lunn

            1 nuclear bomb = 1 nuclear bomb. Not all equal things are good. Trying to be clever all the time when seriousness is at hand will not get you far in life.

          • David

            Ah another young American. So full of unearned self entitlement. And yet still ignorant to the reality that.tbeing serious all of the time makes one boring. Lighten up and you just might live to be my age.

        • David

          Yeah, because your state pussied out in 2012. And left WA aligned with Cowboy’s and fucking Republican gun nut’s. Thanks Oregon.

    • David

      ” Somewhat tolerant” being key words. Oregonians were to frightened to pass their own law. But man they sure like to nit-pick cry like a bunch of little babies about Washington’s. There’s a lot of slip between the hip and the lip.

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  • Bongstar420

    the USPS pays the postmaster general something like $250k annually while the CEO for Fed Ex is $13 million to take care of a business that is 10x smaller. Fed Ex is more expensive, their product is generally not as good (slower delivery times), and Fed Ex can invade your privacy without a warrant if it decides to do so while the USPS cannot. The USPS doesn’t even receive tax money from the general fund. This is an example about why government enterprises are EVIL.

  • bmur

    What are the taxes Oregon will place on sales, wholesale, excise tax?

    • David

      Zero. They’ll collectively pussy out like they did in 20i2 .

  • Kerfluffle

    Vermont’s proposal will be better. And it will pass. Retroactive clemency for all Cannabis-related offenses.