Recreational sales in Oregon became legal on Oct. 1
Dispensaries in Oregon sold $10.8 million worth of recreational pot in the first six days it was legal, said the Oregon Retailers of Cannabis Association.
Recreational sales became legal in Oregon on October 1, and the association has only tallied revenue through October 6.
Based on the first week of sales, a spokesperson for the retail group projected that actual sales will “wildly surpass” the state’s projections.
Oregon joined Colorado and Washington to become the third state to sell pot for non-medicinal purposes. Source: WCVB/CNN Money