From the Daily Caller:
Six months after Colorado became the first state to sanction the legal sale of recreational marijuana, it is nearly $11 million richer in retail sales taxes.
The state also has another $1.9 million in excise taxes earmarked for school construction, according to a report card by the Drug Policy Alliance.
GUEST ALERT: Cory Lopez from news partner KOA Radio in Denver joins Rod at 6:05 to discuss how the state is handling to new pot laws.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2014/06/30/rocky-mountain-high-after-6-months-crime-down-tex-revenue-up-in-colorado/