Colorado Saw $2 Million in Marijuana Taxes in First Month

“Colorado collected slightly more than $2 million in taxes on the sale of recreational marijuana in the month of January,” the Denver Post reports.

“The numbers are the first official tally of the historic January sales, themselves a nationwide first. If the figures remain at that pace, sales and tax revenues would fall below previous estimates of what Colorado could reap from the sale of marijuana.”

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