Colorado Sales Dip in September, October

After record setting months in July and August, recreational marijuana sales in Colorado have decreased for two consecutive months for the first time since marijuana became legal in 2014, according to Colorado Public Radio.

Overall, sales declined about 20% to roughly $80 million for the month of October, CPR reported.

The news might not be as bad as it seems, however. The decline in September and October follows a combined recreational and medical sales record of $100.6 million in August….

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