Special Report

How Much Every State Can Make From Legalized Marijuana

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30. Pennsylvania
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $28.88
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $279 million — (8th highest)
> Legal status: Medical Only
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 9.7% — (16th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 9,660,388

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29. Tennessee
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $28.95
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $146 million — (20th highest)
> Legal status: Fully Illegal
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 10.5% — (24th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 5,043,319

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28. Hawaii
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $28.98
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $31 million — (6th lowest)
> Legal status: Medical and Decriminalized
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 10.9% — (25th highest)
> Population 21 and older: 1,069,806

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27. Missouri
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $29.19
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $132 million — (22nd highest)
> Legal status: Medical and Decriminalized
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 10.5% — (24th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 4,522,768

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26. Arkansas
> Potential annual excise tax revenue per adult (21+): $29.65
> Potential annual total excise tax revenue: $65 million — (19th lowest)
> Legal status: Medical Only
> Pct of adults using in last 30 days: 10.7% — (25th lowest)
> Population 21 and older: 2,192,034