The decision to allow recreational marijuana sales is benefitting four Marquette County communities.
Negaunee and Sands townships, the city of Marquette and Marquette County have collectively garnered about $230,000 from recreational marijuana sales within their boundaries in 2020, according to a Michigan Department of Treasury report.
- Marquette County – $112,500
- City of Marquette – $28,001
- Negaunee Township – $56,002
- Sands Township – $28,001
The money comes from a 10 percent excise tax during the 2020 fiscal year.
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