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Recreational and medical marijuana industries combined will add about $134 million in tax revenue for the state in the fiscal year that begins in July. Based on these figures, the proposal expects sales in all marijuana stores to approach $1 billion for that fiscal year, the Denver Post reports. This is the first number released since recreational marijuana sales began on Jan. 1 and is much higher than previous estimates, which expected about $395 million in sales.
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the cynic in me says that this is why so many other states are considering it
4 years ago·Reply
why elese would other states consider it
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