Colorado marijuana retail bans: Could they lead to November tax ballot issue defeat?


Back in May, Colorado marijuana attorney Brian Vicente, who co-authored Colorado’s Amendment 64, expressed supreme confidence that state voters would approve taxes on recreational pot sales in the 30 percent range this November. But a lot has changed since then, including dozens of recreational cannabis-sales bans in communities such as Colorado Springs.
While some observers feel these developments could endanger the tax measure, Vicente disagrees. Denver Westword has the full details.