Cannabis states

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Cannabis states are the nearly half of the United States having legal sales of cannabis.

In 2020, the top-selling cannabis states included many of the most liberal states in the country, and many of states having the worse water shortages as cannabis growing wastes vast amounts of water:[1]

  1. California: $3.8 billion
  2. Colorado: $1.7B
  3. Michigan: $1.21B
  4. Florida: $1.2B
  5. Washington: $1.1B
  6. Nevada: $960 million
  7. Oregon: $831M
  8. Arizona: $804M
  9. Massachusetts: $682M
  10. Illinois: $543M

States legalizing pot

Marijuana was legalized through ballot initiatives in the following states by 2021:[2]

  • Alaska (2014)
  • Arizona (2020)
  • California (2016)
  • Colorado (2012)
  • Maine (2016)
  • Massachusetts (2016)
  • Michigan (2018)
  • Montana (2020)
  • Nevada (2016)
  • New Jersey (2020)
  • Oregon (2014)
  • South Dakota (2020) (overturned by a court ruling)
  • Washington (2012)

Marijuana was legalized by legislatures in these states by 2021:

  • Vermont (2018)
  • Illinois (2019)
  • New Mexico (2021)
  • New York (2021)
  • Connecticut (2021)
  • Virginia (2021)

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