Podcast: Where did all of Colorado’s marijuana money go?

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David Migoya

On Jan. 1, 2014, Colorado turned the primary U.S. state to permit authorized leisure marijuana gross sales. It was offered to voters as a solution to repair up crumbling faculties, however that’s solely the beginning of the place the a whole bunch of hundreds of thousands of tax has gone.

With the assistance of Anna Staver and John Aguilar, Denver Post reporters David Migoya and Jon Murray investigated how that money has been spent on the native and state ranges and simply how a lot of it has gone towards fixing faculties within the Denver Post’s three-part sequence “State of Marijuana.”

Jon Murray

Migoya and Murray talk about their reporting and the way marijuana money has affected communities throughout Colorado on this podcast.

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