The state has generated $515,051 in taxes, 6% sales and 10% excise
While the lines are shorter and the sales slightly less, Michigan’s recreational marijuana business remained brisk through its second week of existence.
In two weeks, the handful of licensed, actively selling retail locations have tallied $3.1 million in sales, the state Marijuana Regulatory Agency reports.
During the opening week of licensed recreational marijuana activity, predominantly at three Ann Arbor businesses between Dec. 1 and Dec. 8, there were $1.6 million in sales. Between Dec. 9 and Dec. 15, a week that kicked off with five recreational stores, shoppers made about $1.4 million in purchases.
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