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Colorado’s weed boom will fund schools and fight opioid addiction

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Using taxes from legal weed sales to fund health programs in public schools, housing for at-risk populations, and fighting the opioid crisis? That makes too much sense. Except to someone like Jeff Sessions.

Colorado’s weed boom will fund schools and fight opioid addiction

The legal weed business is booming in Colorado, and the state has finalized plans to spend its pot tax windfall on health programs in public schools, housing for at-risk populations, and a new treatment program to combat the opioid crisis. Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday signed a budget bill that d…

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  1. This is exactly what BIG PHARMA does not want. Thier highly addictive and expensive opiad drugs replaced by a natural alternative.
    I love it, I cant wait untill pot goes on sale legally on July 1rst in las vegas NV.
    This puts power back into the hands of the people. Cronic pain sufferers now have a natural safe choice.

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