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Topic: Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council

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July 18, 2014 at 1:28 PM

10 days of pot sales earn state more than $318,000 in excise taxes

Washington state will add more than $318,000 to its coffers as a result of 10 days of legal retail marijuana sales, according to figures provided by the state’s Liquor Control Board. That number reflects $1.27 million in sales throughout the supply chain, including those from suppliers to retailers, but does not account for sales tax or business and…

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July 11, 2014 at 12:02 PM

First three days of marijuana sales pull in more than $148,000 in excise taxes

With just a handful of stores opened and supply short, the state will still pull in $148,256 of excise taxes from sales on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, according to figures provided by the Liquor Control Board. That number reflects sales throughout the supply chain, including those from suppliers to retailers but does not account for sales tax or business and occupation…

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