Marijuana Reform Starts Early in Oregon’s Largest County

By: Tuesday November 11, 2014 6:48 am

While the people of Oregon voted for marijuana legalization last week and the initiative won’t go into effect July 1st, already the district attorney of Multnomah County, the most populous in the state, is moving to respect the will of the electorate. From the Oregonian: Oregon’s largest district attorney’s office announced Monday that it would [...]

Huge Election for Marijuana Legalization with Three Major Victories at Ballot Box

By: Wednesday November 5, 2014 7:44 am

This year was the best election season for marijuana legalization so far. Even though 2014 was a low turnout midterm election that favored Republicans, marijuana legalization won in every major jurisdiction where it was on the ballot. Washington D.C. – Voters overwhelmingly approved Measure 71 by a vote of 69.4 percent yes to 30.6 percent [...]

Millions of Americans Have a Chance to Vote on Marijuana Reform Today

By: Tuesday November 4, 2014 6:44 am

Today, millions of Americans across a dozen states will have a chance to vote on marijuana reform at either the state or local level. The four biggest marijuana reform measures are on the ballot in Oregon, Alaska, Washington, D.C. and Florida. If you want to make your voice heard on the issue, this is your [...]

Turnout in Oregon Is Looking Good So Far for Marijuana Legalization

By: Friday October 31, 2014 12:37 pm

Oregon votes entirely by mail so the election is more of a rolling process than a single event. This allows the process to be monitored to get an impression of what the final result will be. Figures from the Oregon Secretary of State paint a picture that is mostly positive for Measure 91, the legalization ballot [...]

Which Pot Poll to Believe in Oregon?

By: Wednesday October 29, 2014 7:17 am

We have two recent polls on the marijuana ballot initiative in Oregon, Measure 91, and they diverge significantly from each other. One poll came out yesterday. It was conducted by Elway Research for The Oregonian and KGW.  It found the measure losing, with 44 percent of likely voters planning to vote yes and 46 percent [...]

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