Some lawmakers want to tax substance
ANNAPOLIS, Md. —Could Maryland become the next state to legalize marijuana? It depends on who you ask.
Support in Annapolis is growing, but State House leaders including the governor are opposed.
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The rush is on to turn marijuana into a legal cash crop in Maryland, taxing it like alcohol.
"(It would bring) $122 to $155 million a year based on what we know about current usage rates," said Delegate Heather Mizeur, a supporter of the measure. Read Full Article