Ontario funds lobbyist to seek more pot taxes

Adam Brown, Ontario city manager, at a recent city council meeting. (Liliana Frankel/The Enterprise)

ONTARIO – A new lobbyist will be heading to Salem on behalf of the city of Ontario. 

The Ontario City Council voted Thursday to allot $20,000 towards promoting legislation that would increase the amount of tax the city collects on its marijuana sales. 

Voting yes . . .

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