Drastically lower than projections
The District could gain a competitive advantage over states that legalize consumption but not production.
Possessing less than one ounce could soon be legal. DC has tax revenue at stake in going further.
‘I did two years in Schuylkill Federal Prison Camp for white collar crime, I was with a bunch of pot dealers… I don’t know why liberals would suddenly try to elevate them’
Politicians shock and sicken the people too
I had it all in D.C., and I was dead inside
Woman opts for penalty after bureaucracy screws her over
‘You got to get everybody’
One still leaves way too much power to the feds.
More Obamacare hiccups as the nation nears the Oct. 1 launch
Originally a trolley garage, building now houses charter school administrators
Agency ‘deferring its right to challenge their legalization laws’
‘It’s like the Feds want people getting robbed’
It’s grown and distributed within blocks of the Capitol, but lawmakers are maintaining their silence.
Teacher claimed he was studying sexual arousal and music
Several people injured