“Understandable Confusion” On Marijuana: Federal Judge

A federal judge has complained of “understandable confusion” over tax treatment of medical marijuana. The Court ruled the drug should be taxed as over-the-counter medicine, though regulations forbid its sale over the counter: “The legislation has twisted itself out of shape”.

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