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California Sniffs Out Marijuana Tax Revenues

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California Sniffs Out Marijuana Tax Revenues

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California Sniffs Out Marijuana Tax Revenues

California Sniffs Out Marijuana Tax Revenues

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California approved its medical marijuana law a decade ago, and today about 200 pot dispensaries offer the drug to patients with a doctor's prescription. Now the state is focusing on these marijuana distribution centers as a new source of sales tax revenue.

Scott Shafer reports from member station KQED in San Francisco.