Enlightened ramblings of a minarchist libertarian with Objectivist tendencies

Sunday, June 27, 2004

Kansas Ain't What It Used to Be

Apparently the math savvy 8th graders of 1885 have given way to a new generation of moronic jackasses that have taken up residence at the Kansas Department of Revenue.

Drug Tax Stamp


The fact that dealing marijuana and controlled substances is illegal does not exempt it from taxation. Therefore drug dealers are required by law to purchase drug tax stamps.

The drug tax is due as soon as the dealer takes possession of the marijuana or controlled substance. Payment of the drug tax will purchase the drug tax stamps. Attach the stamp to the marijuana and/or controlled substance immediately after receiving the substance. The stamps are valid for 3 months. Drugs seized without stamps or having expired stamps may result in criminal or civil penalties which may include fines, seizure of property or liens against real estate.

A dealer is not required to give his/her name or address when purchasing stamps and the Department is prohibited from sharing any information relating to the purchase of drug tax stamps with law enforcement or anyone else.

Purchasing drug tax stamps does not make possession of drugs legal.



I can't say for sure which is dumber, this law or the drug dealer that would cruise down to city hall to get these stamps.

It just doesn't make good business sense!

(via RJM at An Inclination to Criticize)

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