Marijuana measures go before metro voters
Local pot tax, retail sales ban appear on many Nov. 8 ballots
Although legalizing marijuana is not on Oregon’s statewide ballot for the first time in four election cycles, many metro area voters will decide the fate of 29 marijuana-related measures in the Nov. 8 general election.
Some voters, particularly in Portland and Clackamas County, will decide whether to impose a 3 percent local tax on top of the statewide tax on retail sales of marijuana for recreational use.
Some voters will decide whether to keep current city bans on retail sales and related facilities.
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