Schools all over the country are in need of funding and referendums are not always the answer. Many times, the voters just don't agree so the referendums fail, leaving financial problems for the schools to deal with.
In light of the recent legalization of marijuana in some states and the information put out there to promote it, the question should be, why shouldn't it be done everywhere?
The schools could most certainly benefit from tax revenue generated by sales of regulated marijuana.
How many schools in Wisconsin right now are running referendums, or seriously considering running referendums? Many, I am sure.
There really are no reasons not to consider it as a viable option, and I do think the time is now!
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