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Mel
09-01-2019, 05:10 PM
If they can come up with a device, similar to a breathalyzer, to determine whether or not you are DUI, I would be comfortable with a rec classification. Not an Officer, no matter how much training, guessing.

BLJR
09-03-2019, 01:44 PM
My biggest fear is regardless of the revenue increase to the state, it will be filtered to good ol boys brother in laws, and buddies, just like everything else in this state, and slim to none will make it to better our state, roads, infrastructure, teachers, and so on. This revenue stream will help the state about the same as the lottery helped the teachers.

bucktalk
09-03-2019, 06:45 PM
My biggest fear is regardless of the revenue increase to the state, it will be filtered to good ol boys brother in laws, and buddies, just like everything else in this state, and slim to none will make it to better our state, roads, infrastructure, teachers, and so on. This revenue stream will help the state about the same as the lottery helped the teachers.

Oh! You mean the 'education lottery'?? Ha.

onthestrip
09-04-2019, 11:33 AM
My biggest fear is regardless of the revenue increase to the state, it will be filtered to good ol boys brother in laws, and buddies, just like everything else in this state, and slim to none will make it to better our state, roads, infrastructure, teachers, and so on. This revenue stream will help the state about the same as the lottery helped the teachers.


Oh! You mean the 'education lottery'?? Ha.

Reminder that the lottery contributes about $130 million/year to education. A good amount but relatively small amount compared to entire budget. Lottery officials overestimated a bit on what it would bring in but it still contributes a decent chunk of change. You also dont have to play it, you know.

Same for MMJ, its not going to bring in a ton of money to the state. Some money, yes, but its not going to solve all our budgetary problems. And if you thought so, you werent thinking clearly.

Bunty
09-05-2019, 11:16 AM
I figured the deal was cut education. Don't worry, the cut will be made up by sin taxes, except when general tax revenues are down. Is that the education theory?

Maybe if they weren't afraid to advertise it more, the lottery would bring in more money. The casinos sure can advertise a lot and so draw money away from the lottery.

Mr. Blue Sky
09-05-2019, 03:10 PM
While pretty new, the one at 63rd and N. May looks like the luxury outlet for all this. Stem, I think it's called.

CloudDeckMedia
09-05-2019, 03:22 PM
While pretty new, the one at 63rd and N. May looks like the luxury outlet for all this. Stem, I think it's called.

Yes, they've masterleased the entire building from Carl.

Bits_Of_Real_Panther
09-19-2020, 09:29 PM
Chaos Breeds Opportunity’ in Fastest-Growing Medical Pot Market

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2020-08-21/-chaos-breeds-opportunity-in-fastest-growing-medical-pot-market

Bill Robertson
09-20-2020, 08:42 AM
The article says 1 in 10 people are expected to have a card by the end of the year. I wish I could be one of them.