Special Report

How Much Every State Can Make From Legalized Marijuana

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45. Virginia
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $24.37
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $154 million — (18th highest)
> Legal status: Medical and Decriminalized
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 8.6% — (4th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 6,320,168

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44. Iowa
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $24.41
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $56 million — (17th lowest)
> Legal status: Medical Only
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 8.6% — (5th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 2,294,466

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43. North Dakota
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $25.31
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $14 million — (2nd lowest)
> Legal status: Medical and Decriminalized
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 9.4% — (11th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 553,228

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42. Oklahoma
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $25.78
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $73 million — (21st lowest)
> Legal status: Medical Only
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 9.3% — (9th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 2,831,196

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41. North Carolina
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $25.87
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $200 million — (14th highest)
> Legal status: Fully Illegal
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 9.2% — (8th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 7,730,808