145,000 Signatures Being Submitted to Place Oregon Legalization Initiative on November Ballot

New Approach Oregon will submit over 145,000 signatures on Thursday to place their cannabis legalization initiativecannabisoregon on this November’s ballot, according to an announcement made by the organization. The group needs to submit roughly 87,000 valid signatures to put their proposal to a vote. The signatures will be submitted to the Secretary of State’s office at 2PM.

If approved into law, the group’s initiative would legalize the possession of up to eight ounces of cannabis, as well as the private cultivation of up to four cannabis plants. State-licensed cannabis retail outlets will also be legalized.

According to polling released earlier this month, a majority of voters in Oregon – 51% to 44% – favor the legalization of cannabis.

The initiative will be officially placed on the ballot once the state verifies that enough of the submitted signatures are valid (from registered Oregon voters).

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1 thought on “145,000 Signatures Being Submitted to Place Oregon Legalization Initiative on November Ballot”

  1. Go Oregon! Once the entire West Coast has made the initiative, it should only be a matter of time before the Federal Government gets its act together.

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