$148 Million in Legal Marijuana Sold in Oregon in January and February

There was $75.6 million in legal marijuana sold in January in Oregon, and $72.7 sold in February.

Oregon sold a total of $148,366,891 million between January 1 and February 28 this year, with sales data not yet available for any part of March. This is according to data released by the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission. Based on the state’s 17% marijuana tax rate, the state garnered $25.2 million in marijuana taxes during this period.

There has now been $5.418 billion in legal marijuana sold between October, 2016 and February, 2023, bringing in roughly $920 million in tax revenue. The top month was April, 2021 with $110 million sold

The $72.7 million in marijuana sold in February was a decrease from February 2021 and 2022, but was higher than each of the February’s before that. In February, 2022 there was $80.4 million sold, with $88.8 million sold in February, 2021.

In Oregon licensed marijuana retail outlets are authorized to sell marijuana to anyone 21 and older. Personal possession limits are:

  • Two ounces of usable marijuana in a public place;
  • Eight ounces of usable marijuana in your home;
  • 16 ounces of cannabinoid products in solid form or cannabinoid concentrates;
  • 72 ounces of cannabinoid products in liquid form;
  • One ounce of cannabinoid extracts purchased from a marijuana retailer; and
  • ​Four marijuana plants.

Oregon’s marijuana law was approved by voters in 2014.

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