Topic: RAND Drug Policy Research Center
Marijuana tax could be a new source of revenue for strapped states, and the federal government, too, say two congressmen who have proposed such legislation. But the scale of any tax benefit is hotly disputed.
The 174 propositions on state ballots point to evolving opinions on marijuana, same-sex marriage, health care, and more. Do the initiatives show the power of direct democracy or lack of legislative leadership?
Backers serve up a timely batch of arguments, but their latest reasons are half-baked.
05/22/2009 01:00 am