Since the state of Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, many people ask the question, where does all the tax money go from pot sales? Denver provides one "concrete" answer.

"We've got more money this year and we're gonna pave more streets because of it," Nancy Kuhn, Denver Public Works spokesperson, said.

Kuhn says her department received an additional $1.2 million of marijuana tax revenue.

"With that money this year, we're going to be able to pave at least another 50 blocks of streets," Kuhn said.

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