Littleton voters to decide on taxes on marijuana, hotel stays

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By Ramsey Scott

Littleton voters will decide in November whether the city can enact a tax on sales of recreational marijuana and on hotel rooms.

While the City Council has yet to decide if it will allow sales of recreational marijuana, residents will vote on a proposed 3 percent sales tax on pot sales. That tax would be added to the city’s existing sales tax, along with any state tax on recreational marijuana.

Colorado voters will decide this November if a statewide sales tax of 10 percent and an excise tax of 15 percent will be imposed on sales of recreational marijuana. 

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