Cocchi wants 5% increase in marijuana tax, to fund addiction programs

FULL SENATE HAMPDEN COUNTY SHERIFF NICK COCCHI WANTS TO INCREASE THE TAX ON SALE OF RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA

WHICH IS NOW LEGAL IN MASSACHUSETTS RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA SALES HAVEN'T BEGUN YET, BUT THE SHERIFF SAYS THAT HE FAVORS A 5% TAX INCREASE ON MARIJUANA SALES, IN ORDER TO FUND ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS

UNDER CURRENT LAW, PASSED BY VOTERS IN A REFERENDUM THIS PAST NOVEMBER, MARIJUANA SALES WILL BE TAXED AT A RATE OF 12% IN A NEWS RELEASE SENT TO 22NEWS, COCCHI SAID THAT HE BELIEVES THAT THE AVAILABILITY OF LEGAL MARIJUANA WILL LEAD TO AN INCREASE IN ADDICTION TO OTHER SUBSTANCES AND A TAX ON POT SHOULD GO TOWARD PROVIDING

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