Local dispensaries report strong sales – Hot Springs Sentinel

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Garland remained the only county with two top-five medical marijuana dispensaries, according to May sales the state revenue agency released earlier this week.

Suite 443 and Green Springs Medical ranked fourth and fifth, reporting May sales of 262.17 and 223.66 pounds. The 1,224.68 and 1,100.49 pounds they reported through the first five months of the year also ranked fourth and fifth.

The Department of Finance and Administration said the state’s 38 dispensaries reported total sales of more than 3,900 pounds last month. More than 100,000 pounds have been sold since May 2019, when the state’s first legal sale of the drug was made in Garland County.

“The 3,917 pounds sold in May brought the total to 102,710 pounds,” DFA, calling the 100,000-pound mark a “significant milestone,” said.

The Tax Procedure Act prohibits the state from releasing revenue figures from individual dispensaries. In aggregate, they reported sales of $22.45 million last month and $112 million through May.

“Through the first five months of 2022, an average of $741,000

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