The lucrative legal cannabis industry is again front and center this voting year as Americans head to the polls for midterm elections November 6.

Ballots across the U.S. will include numerous cannabis-related measures — many at the county and municipal level — regarding laws for commercial cultivation in certain zones and how to spend abundant new cannabis taxes.

In Colorado alone, legal cannabis revenues for 2018 crested a record $1 billion by August.

The state is forecasting to gross over $1.5 billion by end of year, meaning more than $250 million into government coffers.

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David Carpenter ~ Forbes.com

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