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City of Littleton Marijuana Sales Tax, Ballot Issue 2E (November 2013)
|Voting on Marijuana|
|Not on ballot|
This measure authorized an additional 3% sales tax on the retail sale of all marijuana and marijuana products.
|Ballot Issue 2E|
- These results are from the Denver Post election coverage.
Text of measure
Shall City of Littleton taxes be increased by an estimated $120,000 in 2014 (the first full fiscal year) and whatever amounts may be collected in future years by adding a new Chapter 22 to Title 3 of the City Code of the City of Littleton to impose a tax of three percent (3%) of the purchase price paid or charged for sales of retail marijuana and retail marijuana products in the City of Littleton in addition to the sales tax and any other state tax imposed on such sales of retail marijuana and retail marijuana products? And shall all revenue received from such tax increase and any investment interest thereon be a voter approved revenue change under article X, section 20 of the Colorado Constitution or any other law?
- See also: Marijuana on the ballot
- See also: Local marijuana tax on the ballot
City of Denver Additional Marijuana Sales Tax, Question 2A (November 2013)
Town of Eagle Marijuana Occupation Tax, Question 2F (November 2013)
Ballot Issue 2E: City of Littleton Marijuana Sales Tax
Ballot Issue 1B: Pueblo County Marijuana Sales Tax
Ballot Issue 2A: Town of Frisco Marijuana Excise Tax
Ballot Issue 2F: Town of Silverthorne Marijuana Excise Tax
Ballot Issue 2C: Town of Breckenridge Marijuana Excise Tax
Town of Carbondale Marijuana Sales Tax Ballot Measure (November 2013)
Measure 2C: Town of Fraser Marijuana Sales Tax
Question 2A: City of Manitou Springs Marijuana Sales Tax
Question 2G: Town of Red Cliff Marijuana Sales Tax
- Denver Post, "Ballot Issue 2E: Marijuana tax Election Results"
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.