The price of getting that Rocky Mountain high is about to explode:
The taxes on recreational marijuana might go a lot higher than first thought. Smokers buying at shops in Denver may pay up to 35 percent in taxes.
Colorado voters will be asked to approve two state taxes totaling 25 percent on all retail marijuana sales in the November election. They may be asked to approve an additional city tax for Denver.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock wants to add an additional five to 10 percent city tax on top of that.
Typical Democrat shakedown. “Do your own thing, but not before we get our cut.”
Come over to the libertarian side, potheads — we don’t believe in drug laws or high taxes.