2017 Oregon Recreational Cannabis Tax Revenue Breakdown

The state tax rate is 17 percent.  Municipalities can enact an additional tax of up to 3 percent with the approval of voters.  Revenue disbursement State marijuana tax revenues—minus tax program administration costs—will be distributed quarterly as follows:
 
• 40 percent for education
• 20 percent for mental health treatment or for alcohol and drug abuse prevention, early intervention, and treatment
• 15 percent for state law enforcement
• 10 percent to cities, based on population and number of licensees
• 10 percent to counties, based on total available grow canopy size and number of licensees
• 5 percent for alcohol and drug abuse prevention, early intervention, and treatment services.
 
 
*Changed in 2018 Legislative Session. Prior to this change, 20 percent was distributed to the Mental Health Alcoholism and Drug Services Account. The reallocation of this portion of tax revenues is in effect until July 1, 2019. After that date, distributions will revert to the Mental Health Alcoholism and Drug Services Account.
 
*Oregon collected a total of $108.6 million in state and local taxes between Jan. 4, 2016, and Aug. 31, 2017. The state put $9.56 million toward the Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s “start-up costs” for regulating the industry and toward the Department of Revenue’s work to collect the taxes.
 
*Taxpayers may keep 2% to cover administrative costs.  Payments are due monthly by check, money order, cashier check, or in cash by appointment in Salem, OR at revenue building.  Only dispensaries licensed by Oregon Liquor Control Commission are permitted to pay these taxes.  Everyone else is not legal. 
 
 
 
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