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By: The Associated Press

January 20, 2020
0 A recent report found about 75% of Oregon marijuana sales and about 35% of Washington state sales in counties along the Idaho border were caused by the border effect. File photo PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Marijuana sales in Oregon along the Idaho state line are 420% the statewide average, according to a state report. Idaho residents are purchasing recreational marijuana in Oregon because it is illegal in Idaho, the report released Friday by the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis said. The report also showed stronger marijuana sales for Washington state along its border with Idaho in 2019 than along its borders with Oregon or Canada. “The sales in counties along the Idaho border were much stronger than I anticipated,” analyzer Josh Lehner said. Report: Oregon marijuana sales 420% stronger near Idaho

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