DALLAS — Under legislation passed by the Colorado General Assembly Wednesday, the first $40 million of tax revenue from wholesale sales of marijuana will go toward school construction with additional income directed to a cash fund.

Colorado House Bill 1318 - the first state legislation in the nation regulating sales of recreational marijuana - also allows cities and counties to tax the legalized pot. The annual revenue stream is expected to support debt service on school bonds, along with local bond issues.

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