What the Oregon restaurant and lodging lobby doesn’t want you (and its members) to know about Measure 97 – Oregon Center for Public Policy


Measure 97 would apply to a tiny sliver of the state’s more than 10,000 restaurant and lodging businesses. The measure would establish a 2.5 percent tax for C-corporations on their Oregon sales over $25 million. According to a state analysis, only about 1,000 corporations are likely to pay the tax; of those, only 14 are in the food and hospitality industry.

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