What is Massachusetts planning to do with all that marijuana tax revenue? | Boston.com

ByNik DeCosta-Klipa December 5, 2018In a recent interview, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he hoped the the tax revenue from marijuana in Massachusetts would be worth the “human toll.” Walsh, who opposed the 2016 state ballot measure to legalize the drug for recreational use, later explained that he hoped the money would be devoted toward initiatives that promote public health and safe consumption, similar to how a slice of the state’s casino tax revenue was set aside to address the harms associated with gambling.

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