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Old 10-10-2015, 08:27 PM #21
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I say vote yes on everything.
Here's why:
The more states that legalize the more pressure on the US Federal Govt. from citizens. That means we'll get banking rights, that means interstate commerce can open up. In Ohio that means that the 'monopoly' issue won't really exist anymore because you can open a warehouse on the border by Ohio and just ship your product in by Federal regulation.

The more we open up state by state, the more we spit on the face of our government's oppressive prohibition regime.

I think the 4 plant limits for personal grow is skimpy. I think taxing citizens per plant or per grow is also bad.. But Again anyone with the capital can open a warehouse in some state and ship internationally someday soon. Just legalize it state by state and let's get the movement on the congress and president's agenda.

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Old 10-10-2015, 09:44 PM #22
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I am MMJ in Colorado. The tax rate on Recreational is too high to stop the black market. The recreational tax is over 25% (depending on which city). The MMJ tax rate is 2.8% and the spread allows grey market to function. The best would be to bring the Rec. tax down to the MMJ tax but I am afraid it will go the other direction. When they allowed MMJ and Rec. they made sure home grows are allowed. Presently I grow some and buy some to get different tastes etc. which I feel is the best situation.
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Anybody who thinks that the current suppliers of the country's weed (home growers), are going to chop their plants cuz the gubmit or anybody else "legalizes it, is simply wrong!
Legalization can mean heavy prison time for people who violate the no home growing laws.
Can you say TAX EVASION?
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free the weed...I don't want to have to buy it and I don't want to be limited to just a few plants either...the cali initiative don't look so bad...yeehaw..either way I will continue as usual..i don't obey unjust laws matter of fact I feel obliged to break them...
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I am MMJ in Colorado. The tax rate on Recreational is too high to stop the black market. The recreational tax is over 25% (depending on which city).
That relates to why I think California Med is the best model I've seen in the US.

They charge state sales tax, which is high, about 10%.

But it works. They pay growers about $8 a gram, and sell A grade for $15 a gram.

If California wants their Rec program to work, they have to stick with the normal sales tax.
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