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

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BARRY: HAMPDEN COUNTY SHERIFF NICK COCCHI WANTS TO INCREASE THE EXCISE TAX ON RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA, WHICH IS NOW LEGAL IN MASSACHUSETTS UNDER CURRENT LAW PASSED IN NOVEMBER, MASSACHUSETTS SALES WILL BE TAXED AT 12% REGISTRATION FILED ON THE SHARES HAVE SEES — SEEKS TO RAISE THAT BY 5% SO THAT IT CAN FUND ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS WE WANT TO TRY AND LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF PEOPLE WHO FALL VICTIM TO BECOMING A SUBSTANCE OF PEWS — ABUSE USER IF THEY DO, WE WANT TO HAVE A PROACTIVE APPROACH TO TREATMENT SO WE CAN HELP THEM GET BACK ON THE RIGHT STRAIGHT AND NARROW

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