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AP covers weed tax holiday in Denver

The Associated Press reported on the pot tax holiday in Denver.


The tax break is happening because Colorado underestimated overall state tax collections last year. Under the state Constitution, the accounting error triggers an automatic suspension of any new taxes -- in this case, the recreational marijuana taxes voters approved in 2013.

Retailers are hoping for big crowds, rolling out bargains to attract shoppers. The state had no estimate on how many shoppers might turn out.

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