Maine’s adult-use cannabis sales surpassed $9 million in July, a 45% increase over June, according to a CentralMaine.com report.
Maine’s 44 licensed adult-use retailers reported 124,004 transactions last month that totaled $9.4 million, which generated $943,500 in tax revenue for the state.
Adult-use cannabis sales launched last October, and July marks the first month that adult-use sales have matched medical sales in the state, according to CentralMaine.com.
Maine’s adult-use market has reported about $38.7 million in total sales since the market launched last fall, the news outlet reported, and the state has raked in more than $3.8 million in total tax revenue.]]>