Colorado’s marijuana retailers have already made more than $750 million in sales halfway through 2017, a 25.7 percent increase compared to the first half of 2016.
More than $531 million of those sales were for recreational marijuana, and the rest, nearly $220 million, were for medical marijuana, according to an analysis by The Cannabist.
So far, the state has made nearly $116 million in tax revenue and licensing fees through cumulative sales made through June.
However, annual growth rates are expected to slow down for Colorado’s marijuana industry.
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