Oregon made nearly $8 million in taxes from legal marijuana sales in March, a slight increase from the month prior.
According to Oregon’s Department of Revenue, the state garnered $7,839,406 in marijuana sales taxes in March of this year. $6,768,304 of this came from state sales taxes, with the remainder coming from local marijuana taxes. This is a slight increase from the $6,700,855 in marijuana sales taxes garnered in February ($7,708,791 when counting local taxes).
With the newest data the state is on tract to garner nearly $90 million in marijuana taxes for 2018. This would well surpass the $68,646,246 the state made in 2017, and the approximately $60 million made in 2016.