New Mexico's total cannabis sales surpassed $40 million in August, for the second time since the launch of the recreational cannabis market in April, reported Albuquerque Journal.

The Land of Enchantment legalized adult-use cannabis after Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed the Cannabis Regulation Act, which allowed adults to possess, use and grow recreational cannabis, including six plants or up to 12 in a household with more than one adult.

According to the latest data from the state's Cannabis Control Division of the Regulation and Licensing Department, the combined medical and recreational marijuana sales reached $40.67 million last month, representing …

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