CHICAGO (CBS) — At a time when most businesses are at a standstill, the recreational weed business in the state is booming.

In fact, some dispensaries are even looking at expanding.

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Cannabis sales in the state topped $37 million in April. That fell short of the total in January, which was the state’s first month of legal recreational weed.

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That said, Illinois residents still bought $2.6 million more cannabis last month than in March, when the stay-at-home order for the coronavirus pandemic began.

Windy City Cannabis, which runs four dispensaries, is looking to expand, possibly in the northwest suburbs.

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They say part of the uptick last month is because people are feeling anxious and stressed.