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Department Of Revenue Releases Marijuana Tax Collection Numbers

February was the first month for medical marijuana dispensaries to remit the taxes they collected on their previous month’s recreational marijuana sales.

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DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE POSTS DELINQUENT TAXPAYER NAMES ONLINE

SALEM, Ore.–Oregon’s top 100 delinquent income taxpayers owe millions in unpaid taxes, and the state is testing a new way to collect that debt. The…

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Border Effect, Weed Edition

The border effect, or the border tax effect, is a very real. Our office has previously written about it regarding sin/vice taxes, retail sales in the Gorge, and a broader look at Oregon-Washington taxes, including an academic paper I, along with my co-author Portland State Prof. Wooster, wrote on retail sales in Washington. So it […]

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IRS Scam Warning

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene man is warning others after he took a call from an IRS scam artist. Alex Aanderud says he got a call Wednesday from someone claiming to be from the Department of Legal Affairs with the Internal Revenue Service. He says they claimed they were going to take legal action against … Continue reading »

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AARP Offers Free Tax Help

EUGENE, Ore. — The countdown is on to file those taxes. If crunching numbers makes you nervous, don’t worry. You have a few free options. Signs at the Eugene Public Library were up Thursday, directing people to the AARP’s annual free tax aide service. The line started early for the first come, first serve help. … Continue reading »

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Looks like paradise: sunny, 75 degrees, scattered small clouds - as good as a Monday gets.

April 6 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: sunny 75, truck overturns on Hwy 58, Campus burglaries, JC drive through robbery, emergency burn ban, Coos Rail line exemption, Siuslaw school levy expiring, Keys wins Decathlon, OSU sweeps Cal baseball, Duck baseball sweep Cougars, Duck softball sweep OSU, Cliff Harris blows it, Canales leaves Blazers

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A 26yr old driver fell asleep and the SUV he was driving parked itself in the corner of the River Park Estates on River Road. (image courtesy kval.com)

March 19 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: breezy with increasing rain, video peeper arrested again, Key Bank robbed, SUV vs apartment complex, Onyx St. fire, Jail cuts food budget, proposed Goshen development funding nixed, gold mine ruling stands, Tingle Hall fire, Gas: $3.78, Beavs sweep Tucson

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Lane County proposes local cigarette tax

Lane County wants to be allowed to impose a cigarette tax on county smokers in order to raise money. Lane County leaders have joined Multnomah County and Benton County officials among others in advocating that the Legislature removea state law that blocks Oregon counties from imposing their own taxes on …

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Taco Time has been struggling in recent years, but not enough to deter an armed robber from taking it down.

March 13 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: pleasant with mixed sun and clouds, Creswell City Council resigns, Pedestrian struck by car then ticketed – now for some bicyclists, Taco Time robbed, Lane County Jail Levy, 10yr sentence in DUII crash, robbery suspect freed without charges, Short Mountain fee hike in the works, Rick Lewis named interim Police Chief in Spfd, unemployment at 8.3 adjusted, Hannah Larson takes Science Talent honors, Ducks land first 2014 football commitment, NCU sweeps double-header.

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