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Oregon brings into effect measure to decriminalize hard drugs

Oregon brings into effect measure to decriminalize hard drugs

A controversial measure by Oregon, which decriminalizes possession of hard drugs such as cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and oxycodone, went into effect on Monday. Measure 110 reclassifies possession of small amounts of hard drugs as a civil violation, as per which offenders will be levied a $100 fine, which they can avoid with a ’health assessment’.

KarmaDharma 3 months

Well, I hope this new endeavor works. The USA is the country with more inmates per capita in the world and it is more profitable to put people in jail that actually rehabilitating them and giving them a second chance in life.

ConcealCarryProtect 3 months

Alchemy 100

Foy 3 months

Hope this takes a lot of the problem people out of WA. Thank Oregon! We owe ya.

bobby_5150 3 months

Disability funding is going to go through the roof.

Angry_Face 3 months

Good they will soon be swimming in drug users openly shooting up, camping out in the streets, all in the name of liberalism lol fools

Leonard 3 months

Well, Oregon had done everything else

Tyler 3 months

Oregon is on to something!!

Matt 3 months

*gets popcorn*

Rocket 3 months

Unfortunately for the rational, conservatives in Oregon, a contingent of CORRUPT DEMOCRAP CLOWNS, celebrate MOB VIOLENCE by BLM (BURN LOOT MURDER) & ANTIFA TERRORISTS, as well as encourage addictive drug use. Ron Weyden 💩 is the CORRUPT DEMOCRAP SCUMBAG POLITICIAN that pushed through legislation to allow Mass Mail-in ballots without ANY proof of ID.

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