Of the three marijuana legalization initiatives on the ballot this year, Oregon’s Measure 80 is currently performing the worst. While the legalization ballot measure in Washington State and Colorado continue to lead in all the public polling of those two states, Measure 80 has been trailing by a few points. The latest poll for The Oregonian conducted by Elway Research has it currently trailing by seven.
|By: Jon Walker Tuesday October 30, 2012 2:20 pm|
|By: Jon Walker Friday September 14, 2012 11:15 am|
With just 53 days until the November election most state ballots across the country are now set and it is clear that this year should be a historic one for marijuana reform. In addition to there being two state initiative for medical marijuana this November, incredibly three states will be voting on whether or not to fully legalize marijuana for adults. That is the largest number of legalization initiative to ever appear on the ballot in any given election, and more importantly, there is a very good chance one or more of them will win approval.
|By: Jon Walker Monday July 16, 2012 9:15 am|
The Oregon Cannabis Tax Act initiative has officially qualified for the November ballot, according to the Oregon Secretary of State office. If approved by voters the initiative would make both marijuana and industrial hemp legal under state law. Marijuana would be legalized for adults over the age of 21, and the initiative would allow the commercial sale of marijuana through highly regulated state-licensed stores.