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DENVER — Summer seems to bring a spike in marijuana sales in Colorado.

The State Department of Revenue reports recreational pot sales during the month of June topped $50 million for the first time since it was legalized.

Medical marijuana sales also jumped in June. That was up nearly $3 million from May.

Tax revenues from recreational and medical marijuana sales totaled more than $60 million for the first six months of 2015.