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Amidst budget concerns in Kansas, advocates push for medical marijuana legalization

Jun 10, 2020

According to the Kansas Division of Budget, the state is expecting to face a $653 million shortfall in fiscal year 2021, including a projected $1.3 billion loss in tax revenue. Proponents of legalizing marijuana in the state say marijuana sales tax revenue could help, KSNT reports. “With a budget that’s just absolutely destroyed in the state of Kansas, it would be something that would very much help with multiple different things,” said J. Andrew Ericson Sr., president of the Kansas Cannabis Business Association.

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