Measure 97’s spending plan

Investing in education, health care, and senior services

Measure 97 makes large and out-of-state corporations with more than $25 million in annual Oregon sales pay their fair share of Oregon corporate taxes, which are currently the lowest in the nation. By law, the measure dedicates new revenue to public education, healthcare, and senior services.

Annually, the Oregon state budget dedicates approximately 80% of its total resources to these specific areas. Any new revenue raised by Measure 97 must be spent on public education, health care, and senior services. Here are examples of what revenue raised by Measure 97 could fund:

Education

Health Care

Senior Services