Oregon medical marijuana dispensaries have sold an estimated $102 million in recreational cannabis since January, when the state imposed a 25 percent sales tax on pot.
The state has collected about $25.5 million in marijuana taxes in the first six months of the year and is on track to meet state economists' projections.
The latest tax figures, released Monday by the Oregon Department of Revenue, include the start of marijuana-infused edibles sales.
The products include a wide variety of snacks, sweets and drinks and were available to anyone 21 and older starting in June.
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Noelle Crombie ~ OregonLive.com ~