The Federal Shake-Up of America’s Marijuana Taxes

Tax Notes and State Tax Notes published this article today.  It’s behind a paywall for 28 days, but temporary subscriptions are free, and I’m authorized to post the first page and some snippets here.  https://www.taxnotes.com/tax-notes-state/excise-taxes/federal-shake-americas-marijuana-taxes/2022/04/04/7d9gs

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Tax Analysts can take a joke

Here’s what I emailed my editors at Tax Analysts at 12:01 this morning, with the title, “Possible article — marijuana taxes — Last minute change?”:

I greatly appreciate your working with me, but upon reflection and consultation, I must ask you to change my piece slated for the April 4 issue.

Your otherwise impeccable editing somehow co-existed with the elimination of a controversial word, Bastard, which the editing process expurgated, leaving footnote 10 to start this way.

Oglesby, “280E Is a [Expletive]. So What?” Center for New Revenue, Apr. 15, 2021.

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