Marijuana Tax Collections In Alaska Tumble Again

A state tax auditor says the slide may be short-lived

Marijuana tax revenue in Alaska fell for the second straight month in December, though a state tax auditor says the slide may be short-lived. The state says it collected about $784,000 in marijuana tax revenue in December. That compares to about $869,000 in November and about $920,000 in October, which is the most that has been collected in a single month since the collection of marijuana taxes from state-licensed businesses began in October 2016.


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