Money in the Pot
A Research Series on State Revenues from Legal Marijuana Sales
The Florida Center to Advance Justice is closely monitoring the development of legal marijuana sales in the states that allow medical and/or recreational use, and how the states are generating revenue from sales and licensing. Naturally, of particular interest is how Florida's revenue will be impacted by its new medical marijuana market, and by the possibility of recreational use if it is legalized in the future.
The FCAJ has compiled detailed information from all the states that have legalized marijuana for medical and/or recreational use, and has put it all in one place for easy reference. Here you will find a detailed spreadsheet showing state-by-state information, plus two overview documents with background information and recommendations. The center is freely providing all these documents for viewing and download. We believe they represent the most up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the topic that will be available through any source.
The many facets of this emerging topic are rapidly changing, in Florida and throughout the nation. Therefore, the FCAJ will be revising these documents as new information becomes available. If you want to stay on top of these developments, we recommend that you become an FCAJ Subscriber if you are not one already. As a Subscriber, you will receive emails that will inform you when these documents are updated. To get a free subscription, please visit our Subscribe page.
These documents are prepared by and ©2017 the Florida Center to Advance Justice. Quotations from these documents are encouraged, provided they are attributed to the Florida Center to Advance Justice. Contact Jim DeBeaugrine at 850-508-8908 or via the Contact Us page for more information.
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