Kansas City will collect sales tax on recreational marijuana, Lucas says

Kansas City leaders are reacting to the passage of Amendment 3, which will make recreational marijuana legal for purchase in the state by February.

“The statewide referendum allowed local governments to try to make sure that we were collecting tax revenues,” Mayor Quinton Lucas said in an interview with FOX4 Thursday.

Once recreational marijuana can be purchased, the state will collect 6% of the tax revenue, but cities can ask for 3%, too, making a recreational marijuana purchase come with…

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