Marijuana arrests keep going up in the U.S. even though more states are enacting cannabis legalization laws.

According to new data released by the FBI on Monday, there were 663,367 marijuana arrests in the country in 2018.

That’s one every 48 seconds, and represents an uptick from the 659,700 cannabis busts American police made in 2017, and from 2016’s total of 653,249.

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