Read the Complete Oregon Economic and Revenue Forecast here. Share Tweet Share PinFor the first time in Oregon’s history, marijuana is included in the state’s economic forecast presented to Gov. With all the changes in the last year, it is difficult to gain a solid understanding of the economic forecast. However, a current bill in the Oregon Senate that would allow marijuana smoking lounges would certainly boost cannabis sales and Oregon tourism. So far, Oregon’s first year of recreational marijuana sales has exceeded Washington’s first year, while only slowly trailing behind Colorado’s first year (after adjusting for population size).
For the first time in Oregon’s history, marijuana is included in the state’s economic forecast presented to Gov. Kate Brown each fiscal quarter.
Presented by the Office of Economic Analysis’ Department of Administrative Services (DAS), the purpose of this statewide economic forecast is to “provide information to planners and policy makers in state agencies and private organizations for use in their decision making processes.”
As hopeful entrepreneurs pour millions of dollars into the Oregon cannabis industry, this economic outlook can advise business owners on trends in their nascent enterprise.
So far, Oregon’s first year of recreational marijuana sales has exceeded Washington’s...
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