Recreational marijuana sales in Michigan have totaled nearly $32 million in the first three months.
The sales have resulted in more than $5 million in tax for the state, including nearly $3.2 million in excise tax and $2.1 million in sales tax.
As of March 2, the total for adult-use sales was $31,971,862. That resulted in $3,197,186 in excise tax and $2,110,143 in sales tax for the state, the state reported on March 2.
The state also announced additional recreational marijuana licenses have been issued.
That brings the total to 111 licenses across the state. Among those licenses are 61 marijuana retailers which are listed below: