Colorado Collects on Pot Sales

The state added more than $2 million to its coffers from licensed marijuana stores.
3:00 | 03/11/14

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State of Colorado -- a little over two million dollars to its call -- from the sales of recreational marijuana and that's just for the month of January and from only 59 stores. That file those returns. The state now is a 167. Stores licensed to sell pot -- must pay -- -- of nearly 28%. On marijuana sales. But a barber in Greeley Colorado isn't as high as some about pot especially its smell so he's refusing service to any potential customer who reeks of marijuana. The -- says he instituted this new policy after many of his patients patrons that is. Complain about lingering odor she says the majority of its customer support policy. But a -- -- threaten lawsuits others have resorted to vandalism.

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