PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The first legal sales of marijuana in Maine are expected in June as the state and municipalities work on issuing licenses.

The Portland Press Herald reports a state revenue forecasting committee has changed the date it expects the first sales tax revenue from marijuana from mid-March to mid-June.

Applicants for licenses need to receive a conditional state license, get local authorization and return to the state for an active license.

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