Colorado’s recreational marijuana sales hit a new high at $106M for March

Colorado’s recreational marijuana sales have reached $106 million in March alone, marking a new high, the Denver Post reported on Thursday.

The daily said $106 million in flower, edibles and concentrate for adult-use purposes were sold in March.

It added that the first quarter total sales for this year were $365 million, up 6 percent year over year.

The two states of Colorado and Washington were the first in the United States to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.

Colorado continues to add more muscle to its marijuana industry.

Reports in March showed the resort town of Aspen in Colorado had earned for the first time $11.3 million in marijuana revenue, topping the amount of profit made by liquor stores, which made $10.5 million in 2017.