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DENVER, CO. - September 09: Rob Corry, marijuana advocate (far right) fires up the crowd waiting for free marijuana joints at the formal launch of 'No on Proposition AA' Campaign, to oppose the highest tax increase in Colorado history, authorizing a 30% State tax on recreational marijuana (15% excise tax and 15% sales tax). No remuneration whatsoever was accepted for the marijuana. Handing out free marijuana to adults 21+ is legal under the Colorado Constitution, Article XVIII Section 16 ('Amendment 64'). September 09, 2013 Denver, Colorado. (Photo By Joe Amon/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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DENVER, CO. - September 09: Rob Corry, marijuana advocate (far right) fires up the crowd waiting for free marijuana joints at the formal launch of 'No on Proposition AA' Campaign, to oppose the highest tax increase in Colorado history, authorizing a 30% State tax on recreational marijuana (15% excise tax and 15% sales tax). No remuneration whatsoever was accepted for the marijuana. Handing out free marijuana to adults 21+ is legal under the Colorado Constitution, Article XVIII Section 16 ('Amendment 64'). September 09, 2013 Denver, Colorado. (Photo By Joe Amon/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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