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Term: Oregon Cannabis Tax Act

Oregon Ballot Measure 80, also known as the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act, OCTA and Initiative-9, was an initiated state statute ballot measure on the November 6, 2012 general election ballot in Oregon. It would have allowed personal marijuana and hemp cultivation or use without a license and created a commission to regulate the sale of commercial marijuana. The act would also have set aside two percent of profits from cannabis sales to promote industrial hemp, biodiesel, fiber, protein, and oil.

Measure 80
Allows personal marijuana, hemp cultivation/use without license; commission to regulate commercial marijuana cultivation/sale.
Response Votes %
Yes 810,538 46.75%
No 923,071 53.25%
Total votes 1,634,576 100.00%

Oregon 2012 Measure 80.svg
Results by county
Source: Oregon State Elections Division

Measure 80 was defeated 53.44%-46.56%.

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