(AP) — When voters go to the polls today, some will be deciding questions about pot and alcohol. In Colorado, voters are being asked to approve a 25 percent tax on newly legal marijuana. The money would fund school construction. Opponents argue the tax rate would spur black market pot sales. Voters in Portland, Maine's largest city, will decide whether to legalize possession of small amounts of marijuana. And in Utah, voters in the small town of Hyde Park are deciding whether to allow beer sales. The proposal has divided the conservative, mostly Mormon community. Hyde Park is among a handful of dry locations left in the state.