Cannabis is now the third Oregon product with a sales tax

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon’s tax-free marijuana sales have come to an end.

On Jan. 4, the state started collecting a 25 percent sales tax on marijuana products sold to people without medical cards.

That means cannabis is one of just three products with a tax applied at the point of sale. The others are hotel rooms and prepaid mobile phone…

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