The Cannabist:  “Arizona lawmakers introduced a bill in April to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol. Thirteen state representatives sponsored HB 2558, but it didn’t go far. After reading it into the record, leadership referred it to the House Rules Committee, where it languished.  The bill’s status on Legiscan, a legislation tracking website, lists the measure as “died in committee.” Before that happened, however, lawmakers ordered a study of retail marijuana revenue projections. . . . Jeremy Gunderson, a fiscal analyst for the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, estimates in the report . . . that legalization would bring $48.3 million to state coffers in 2016.