Ohio Could Be Making $122,994,931 in Marijuana Tax, Study Says

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Ohio could be making upwards of 120,000,000 in marijuana tax, according to a new study by Nerd Wallet. But currently, we're, uh, not

The study puts potential national gains via state and local taxes at $3,098,866,907 per year, and notes that number is more than twice the entire budget of the Small Business Administration in 2013. 



Editor's note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated Ohio could make $556,286,435. Hat tip to reader CLE12345 for catching the error.

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