Special Report

How Much Every State Can Make From Legalized Marijuana

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50. Texas
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $20.40
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $415 million — (4th highest)
> Legal status: Medical Only
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 7.0% — (the lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 20,340,329

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49. Utah
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $20.68
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $44 million — (13th lowest)
> Legal status: Medical Only
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 7.6% — (2nd lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 2,127,694

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48. Kansas
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $21.61
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $45 million — (14th lowest)
> Legal status: Fully Illegal
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 8.0% — (3rd lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 2,082,728

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47. South Dakota
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $23.59
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $15 million — (3rd lowest)
> Legal status: Legalized*
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 8.8% — (6th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 635,739

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46. Mississippi
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $23.93
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $51 million — (16th lowest)
> Legal status: Medical and Decriminalized
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 8.8% — (7th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 2,131,424