Halfway through 2017, Colorado’s marijuana retailers amassed more than $750 million in sales, under extrapolations of the latest tax data released by the state, the Denver Post's Cannabist reports. Covering both the medical and adult-use markets, the sales of flower, edibles and concentrates through June 2017 are up 25.7 percent compared with the first half of 2016. Sales . . .
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