Tuesday marked the first day that legal marijuana could be purchased in the state of Massachusetts. The state saw over $440,000 in sales on its first day with only two outlets open located in Leicester and Northampton.

The state’s Cannabis Control Commission said that over 10,000 individual marijuana-related items were sold on Tuesday. The total value of these products is over $440,000, resulting in over $88,000 in tax revenue for the state. Massachusetts taxes marijuana at 20%.

Additional outlets to sell marijuana are expected to open in the state in the coming weeks and months.

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