Last year Colorado saw around $200 million in retail sales in #$%$, and many expect this Rocky Mountain state’s roughly 500 medical pot dispensaries to get first crack at licenses to operate retail outlets for recreational #$%$ once the state government finalizes the rules.
This could mean a tenfold increase in the legal customer base, from around 100,000 #$%$ users to more than 1 million recreational #$%$ users in Colorado, said Luke Ramirez, co-owner of the Walking Raven, a small #$%$ shop in the heart of the Green Mile.
“It will be a great financial opportunity for the #$%$ industry,” Ramirez said.
Yes, and other states are trying to get mjna legalization, plus, MJNA has expansion plans in Europe. When other states watch their tourists go to Colorado to smoke, they will want that money and legalize thier state also. We saw that with gambling..first Las Vegas, and now most states have gambling.
This is great news! Thanks for sharing.
When the other states start seeing how much fiscally better off Colorado is for taking this step that's when all these other state legislators will start waking up to the idea. Then look out. Recreational use will become the norm and not the exception.
That will be a happy day indeed.