Legal marijuana sales in Connecticut remain stable, with the state reporting $21 million in revenue from medical and adult-use cannabis in April.
The figures, reported on Wednesday by the state Department of Consumer Protection, showed that the newly launched adult-use market recorded $10.2 million in the month of April, while the medical cannabis market brought in $11.4 million.
The $21 million in total sales was only slightly below the sales for the month of March, when the state reported about $22 million in cannabis sales.
The $10.2 million in adult-use sales in April represented a new high for the state’s
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