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Brimm Informally Recommends Cannabis Tax

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During a Sept. 30 Columbia City Council meeting, City Administrator Doug Brimm discusses the alternatives the aldermen should weigh when and if they pass ordinances regulating the future sales of the soon-to-be-legal cannabis.
During a Sept. 30 Columbia City Council meeting, City Administrator Doug Brimm discusses the alternatives the aldermen should weigh when and if they pass ordinances regulating the future sales of the soon-to-be-legal cannabis.

By Joe Leicht While nothing has been set in stone, one Columbia official has publicly requested the city council set in place the maximum allowable sales tax if cannabis sales are ever allowed in the city. Recreational use of cannabis will be legal in the state on Jan. 1. Municipalities within Illinois have the discretion to …

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