DENVER (AP) - With just over a month before Coloradans vote on a proposed 25 percent tax on recreational pot, the campaigns for and against the tax rate are heating up.
Many marijuana sellers and growers support the tax on their product when recreational marijuana sales become legal Jan. 1.
But not everyone is happy.
Some pot activists say the rate is too high and will keep customers in the black market. Colorado State University economists warn the tax is too low to pay for pot regulation.
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