Author: Kyle Jaeger
Arizona collected more than $20 million in medical and adult-use marijuana tax revenue in August, data released by the state this week shows.
Medical cannabis taxes were slightly higher at $6,388,816 last month, compared to $4,542,166 collected from the recreational market, according to the Department of Revenue. The state also took in an additional $9,515,016 from the marijuana excise tax.
However, these figures are preliminary and may change, as some businesses could need additional time to send in data.
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