It looks as though residents of Colorado are in line to receive pot-tax refunds of as much as $7.63 per resident, thanks to a constitutional clause:
The state constitution limits how much tax money the state can take in before it has to give some back. That means Coloradans may each get their own cut of the $50 million in recreational pot taxes collected in the first year of legal weed. It's a situation so bizarre that it's gotten Republicans and Democrats, for once, to agree on a tax issue.
Yeah, I should probably have used green in the embed link. No word on whether the rule applies to taxes generated from the sale of Cheetos.