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State pot sales reach new high after medical shops’ closures

State pot sales reach new high after medical shops’ closures

AUGUST 3, 2016 | CRAIG SAILOR

Washington marijuana sales took a sharp jump in July — the first month after the state closed medical dispensaries.

The state took in $23.5 million in excise taxes in July, a record. That was up from $20 million in June, according to marijuana data website502data.com.

2016 sales so far total $347 million. 2015 had only $322 million for the entire year.

State pot sales reach new high after medical shops’ closures





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