SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine residents spent more than $250,000 on marijuana over the course of the first weekend of legal retail sales of the drug in the state. 

Voters in the state chose to legalize adult use marijuana in 2016, but retail sales didn’t become legal until this month. 

The Maine Office of Marijuana Policy said the long weekend that ended on Monday generated more than 6,400 transactions and $25,000 in sales tax. 

Marijuana office director Erik Gundersen said the first weekend of legal sales “went smoothly.”

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