Sep 202012
 September 20, 2012

oregonians for law reform oregon measure 80New Video Supporting Oregon’s Measure 80

Marijuana legalization is on the Oregon ballot this November. I’m just one of over half a million Oregon adults who use marijuana annually and I’m asking you to vote Yes on Measure 80.

Measure 80 would finally end the futile prohibition of marijuana and institute regulations that treat marijuana like alcohol.

Measure 80 would end the façade of police trying to determine who is sick or healthy enough to put in a cage over a plant.

Measure 80 provides jobs and tax revenue that Oregon desperately needs, and institutes the industrial hemp crop our legislators already legalized.

Best of all, Measure 80 protects our children by imposing the same educational and ID-carding requirements that have brought teen alcohol drinking and tobacco smoking to their lowest-ever recorded levels.

Marijuana smokers are your family, your co-workers, and your friends, and we are one out of seven Oregon adults who deserve the same respect as our friends who enjoy fine Oregon wines and craft beers. We may be the only Oregonians who want to pay more taxes. Please donate to Oregonians for Law Reform at and help us help Oregon by passing Measure 80.

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  • DarkerMatter

    Hey Russ, your Broncos had a crappy win. ;)

    • RadicalRuss

      You said it! Sheesh, no offensive TDs, even from the 1, and a missed FG from 33yds, at home? A win from a pick six on defense and a missed 2pt PAT from BYU. Good lord…

  • Dani

    How they gonna cultivate? Organic way?

  • moldy

    That’s a good spot, is there enough money to get it on tv? Is OR Law Reform supporting this measure independent from Stanford’s group since they can’t seem to be able to get enough “trusting” donors?

  • Sam Chapman

    moldy, YES the PAC is 100% independent from the campaign for that exact reason. If you can donate $50, $25, or even $10 it will go a long way!

  • Bobo

    So other than putting my hard earned cash into some greedy prick’s pocket, how can I ACTUALLY help this cause other than simply spreading the word?Money is not the solution to every problem….especially this one….it is the undecided voters….not a lack of funds….