Colorado marijuana shops sold almost $76.6 million in recreational cannabis for April 2016.

Colorado’s monthly cannabis sales have reached a new apex in the legal era with a record-setting $117.4 million worth of flower, edibles and concentrates sold in April 2016.

According to data reported by the state Department of Revenue, marijuana shops sold almost $76.6 million in recreational cannabis for April, significantly eclipsing the previous high-water mark of $62.2 million for December 2015.

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Aleta Labak ~ The Cannabist ~

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