MONTROSE, CO - DECEMBER 18: Columbine Middle School 8th grade students Lance Gipe, Justin Langford and Tony Perez work in the Lazer lab at the school's learning center on December 18, 2018, in Montrose, Colorado. (Photo by Joe Amon/The Denver Post)

Where Colorado’s smallest and largest rural districts put marijuana tax dollars

In 2017, Colorado legislators allocated $30 million in marijuana sales tax revenues to the state’s rural school districts.

It wasn’t coming from the BEST fund that’s used to fix schools. This was different. It was a single block of cash earmarked for schools that could really use the extra help.

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