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At the beginning of 2014, the state of Colorado legalized the sale, possession, and use of marijuana for recreational purposes -- to read our in-depth report on the legalized marijuana industry, click here.

One of the principal arguments in favor of doing so was that it would boost tax revenues, which could then be invested into the state's public school system.

Has this objective come to fruition? As the following presentation reveals, there's simply no question that it has. 

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