A new business concept in the marijuana industry is about to get underway in Colorado. Soon, people will be able to gas up then light up, all in one handy location.
Colorado's marijuana growers were the big winners Wednesday when the state suspended new recreational pot taxes, a tax quirk that saved shoppers some sales tax but saved wholesalers tens of thousands.
The state of Colorado, which is considered the forefather of the fully legal cannabis trade in the United States, reportedly generated more tax revenue in the last fiscal year than what was raised from the sale of alcohol.
An accounting error in Colorado is paying off for marijuana consumers Wednesday, when a quirk in a state tax law prompts the state to suspend most taxes on recreational pot.