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Joe Biden Letter

Joe Biden Letter

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 437 West Colfax Ave., Suite 300, Denver, CO 80204Robert J. Corry, Jr., Treasurer 
September 21, 2013The Honorable Joe BidenVice President of the United States of AmericaThe White House1600 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.Washington, D.C. 20501
Re: Invitation to Marijuana Giveaway Boulder, Colorado
Dear Mr. Vice President:Thank you very much for making plans to visit Colorado on Monday, September 23, 2013 to survey recent flood damage and bring international awareness to our challenges. This is to invite you to attend a historic and exciting event while here.We are the “No on Proposition AA” campaign, organized to oppose a proposal for the highest tax increase in Colorado history, a 15% statewide sales tax and a 15% excisetax on Retail Marijuana. Colorado voters in 2012 legalized marijuana throughAmendment 64 to the Colorado Constitution, Article XVIII § 16. Amendment 64 was popular, receiving more votes in Colorado than the Obama-Biden presidential ticket.Proposition AA’s irresponsible tax increase would reinstate the underground black market in marijuana, which voters wisely cast aside in ending Marijuana Prohibition andopting to equalize marijuana and alcohol. High sales taxes are also inherently regressive,disproportionately harming low-income people. Excess taxes create the same incentivefor an untaxed unregulated black market as did the original Prohibition.To protest these high taxes and bring public attention to our cause, the “No onProposition AA” campaign will provide our own variety of flood relief,
 free marijuana joints
to all adults age 21 and older on Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall, Monday, September 23, 2013 starting at 11:00 a.m. and continuing until we run out of supplies. Part of thisBoulder Joint Giveaway is to illustrate the existence of a high demand for marijuana, toshow that people are still hurting in this poor economy enough to line up for hours for amere joint, and to show that the market for this wonderful plant cannot and will not becontained, cannot be constrained, and cannot be over-taxed.Our previous Joint Giveaway, on September 9, 2013, in Denver’s Civic Center Park in the shadow of the Denver City Hall and Colorado State Capitol, attracted

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