Which states have legal weed?

The nation’s 16 states have legalized marijuana.

The remaining three — Alaska, California, and Maine — have yet to legalize it.

The first four states that did legalize medical marijuana had a significant uptick in medical marijuana sales.

In California, there were 2,500 new applications to buy medical marijuana in 2017.

In Alaska, the number jumped from 6,400 to 11,500 applications.

And in Maine, the medical marijuana market has expanded from 2,400 dispensaries to more than 40,000.

The number of new dispensaries is expected to increase by another 25 percent to 40,800.

All of the states that have legalized medical marijuana have seen a significant spike in new marijuana sales in recent years.

California, which had about 1,200 dispensaries in 2017, saw a whopping increase of 1,500 dispensaries in 2018.

Colorado, which saw nearly 20,000 new applications for medical marijuana between August and October, saw its number of dispensaries increase by about 40 percent, according to data from the California Department of Public Health.

In Maine, which has the most dispensaries per capita in the country, the state’s number of medical marijuana patients increased by more than 1,400 from 2016 to 2018.

Maine also had more new applications than any other state in 2018, with nearly 1,600 new applicants in 2018 and almost 2,600 in 2019.

But Maine’s medical marijuana numbers were lower than the national average.

Colorado’s total medical marijuana applications in 2018 was more than 10 times the national total.

According to data released by the federal Drug Enforcement Agency, Maine’s total applications was about 40 times the total national applications.

That’s why the state saw such a huge spike in medical pot applications.

The U.S. Department of Justice says Maine saw a spike in cannabis use from recreational use to medicinal use, a rise that the department says was due in part to Maine’s legalization laws.

In a report on the marijuana industry released in June, the Justice Department said Maine’s new medical marijuana law “created a substantial increase in the number of recreational cannabis businesses that have opened in Maine over the past two years.”

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