Special Report

Potential Marijuana Tax Revenue in Every State

Boston, Massachusetts
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21. Massachusetts
> Potential pot tax revenue: $187 million
> Total state tax revenue: $25.24 billion (9th highest)
> Marijuana use rate: 12.0% of adults (8th highest)
> Likelihood of legalizing: High

Detroit, Michigan
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22. Michigan
> Potential pot tax revenue: $273 million
> Total state tax revenue: $24.80 billion (10th highest)
> Marijuana use rate: 10.4% of adults (10th highest)
> Likelihood of legalizing: High

Minneapolis, Minnesota
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23. Minnesota
> Potential pot tax revenue: $151 million
> Total state tax revenue: $23.13 billion (12th highest)
> Marijuana use rate: 7.3% of adults (25th lowest)
> Likelihood of legalizing: Medium

Biloxi Beach at Sunset, Mississippi
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24. Mississippi
> Potential pot tax revenue: $82 million
> Total state tax revenue: $7.57 billion (19th lowest)
> Marijuana use rate: 5.9% of adults (8th lowest)
> Likelihood of legalizing: Medium

Springfield, Missouri
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25. Missouri
> Potential pot tax revenue: $167 million
> Total state tax revenue: $11.24 billion (23rd highest)
> Marijuana use rate: 8.1% of adults (19th highest)
> Likelihood of legalizing: Medium

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