The Californian city of Oakland is taxing marijuana to help it through the financial crisis. Campaigners in California say the state’s financial crisis could be eased by legalising marijuana and collecting tax on its sale. California allows the drug to be used for medicinal purposes only – and one city council is already cashing in. Sky U.S. correspondent Greg Milam reports.
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