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Local marijuana stores say sales of recreational pot remain strong

By Ian Neligh

Local marijuana entrepreneurs say they are still reaping the benefits in the wake of sales of recreational pot becoming legal in Colorado on Jan. 1.

According to Idaho Springs City Administrator Cindy Condon, it’s still too early to guess what the fledgling industry will generate in sales-tax revenue, but business owners insist the future is bright.

“It was a good month,” Theran Snyder, owner of the Kine Mine in Idaho Springs, said about January. “I couldn’t be happier with business; there’s no doubt about that.”

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