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Washington expects to rake in about $730 million from sales of legalized marijuana over the next two years.

More than 60 percent of the state’s marijuana money over the next two years is slated to go toward public health programs, including Medicaid, substance abuse prevention efforts and community health centers, according to the state Office of Financial Management.

The remaining money that freely flows into the state general fund — about $211 million — adds up to about half of 1 percent of the state’s projected operating budget for 2017-19.
And then there is more in the article about other proposals for the tax income in the future…mostly for schools.