Likecolorado, Applebaum Would Like To See Tax Revenues From Marijuana Sales Put Toward Public School Funding.

Fox 26 News at 7AM Applebaum’s bill. Applebaum’s bill: Money for schools Rep. Applebaum wants recreational marijuana to be regulated Medical marijuana stocks like alcohol in Minnesota, and hopes the state can capitalize on the multi-million-dollar marijuana economy. LikeColorado, Applebaum would like to see tax revenues from marijuana sales put toward public school funding. Ultimately, I envision a billion dollar Made in Minnesota marijuana economy, where the products are grown by Minnesota farmers, distributed by Minnesota companies, and sold by Minnesota small business owners,” Rep. Applebaum said in a statement. “Ideally, all tax proceeds would be directed towards funding Minnesotas public schools and would result in lower taxes for Minnesota families. Liebling’s bill: Money for chemical dependency and mental health Rep. Lieblings bill will introduce a constitutional amendment, letting Minnesota voters decide whether or not to legalize recreational marijuana. Under her proposal, tax revenue from recreational marijuana would go toward chemical dependency treatment and mental health education and treatment. Minnesotans know that the prohibition on cannabis is costly, harmful and antiquated, Liebling said in a statement. Estimates of the cost of cannabis enforcement in Minnesota range from $42 million a year for possession offenses alone to $137 million a year for all cannabis arrests.

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