The Lund Report
November 20, 2015
by Chris Gray
Multnomah County has come good on a promise it made to the Oregon Legislature if it failed to pass legislation this summer requiring businesses to have a license before selling tobacco.
A new county ordinance passed last week will become law next month, requiring any business that wants to sell tobacco or e-cigarettes in the state’s most populous county to pay a fee and be licensed at the county level.