Oregon medical marijuana patient reduced application fee eligibility 2012-2019

This statistic shows the percentage of medical marijuana patients in the U.S. state of Oregon who were eligible for a reduced application fee from 2012 to Q1 2019. Most medical marijuana patients during this time were not eligible for any form of reduced application fee. However, in 2017, 25 percent of patients were eligible for an Oregon Health Plan (OHP) fee reduction, in which they paid only 50 U.S. dollars instead of the normal 200 dollar fee.

Share of medical marijuana patients in Oregon eligible for a reduced application fee from 2012 to 2019*

No reduced fee eligibilitySNAPOHPSSIVET
201260%32%2%6%-
201362%28%5%6%-
201456%14%22%7%1%
201556%12%25%6%1%
201652%10%25%5%8%
201749%9%25%5%12%
201847%8%25%6%14%
2019 (Q1)47%7%24%7%15%
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Source

Release date

April 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

2012 to 2019

Supplementary notes

* All values are rounded.
SNAP: Oregon Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Fee is $60.
OHP: Oregon Health Plan. Fee is $50.
SSI: Supplemental Security Income. Fee is $20.
VET: Proof of having served in the US armed forces. Fee is $20.
No reduced fee is $200.

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