Oregon – Measure 80

FAILED: 46.3% – 53.7% ✗

» Final Results

Oregon voters rejected The Oregon Cannabis Tax Act (OCTA), which would have legalized and regulated marijuana for people 21 and older, making it commercially available through state-licensed stores. This law was to provide a new revenue stream to the state, while ensuring that no more Oregon tax dollars are wasted enforcing marijuana prohibition. [OCTA2012.org]


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