New numbers from Nevada’s Department of Taxation show the Silver State has made a jaw-dropping 110% of its expected revenue from marijuana sales in 10 months.

“April marks a significant milestone for the state, as tax revenues from marijuana hit—and exceeded—the amount that was projected for the entire fiscal year, with two months of collections still to go,” said Bill Anderson, the Executive Director of Nevada’s Department of Taxation, in a prepared statement.

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