It took two years for Massachusetts to get its adult-use cannabis program up and running. But by the end of 2018, there were five recreational dispensaries in business throughout the state. First day sales added up to more than $440,000, and by the middle of December, sales had added up to around a quarter of a million dollars. The state has just a handful of shops open and yet is averaging around $2.5 million per week in pot sales with $9.3 million coming in over the first four weeks of operation. To date, Massachusetts recreational dispensaries have sold more than $24 million worth of cannabis products, including $3.4 million in the most recent week.So, where do we go from here?
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