House Bill 3460 “directs [the]Oregon Health Authority to establish a registration system for medical marijuana facilities.” Such facilities exist presently in the state but are unregulated and are subject to state and local prosecution.
Oregonians initially authorized the physician-supervised use of cannabis in 1998. However, the law limits patients’ access to cannabis to either home-cultivation or cultivation by a designated caregiver. Passage of HB 3460 will provide authorized patients with legal, state-sanctioned, above-ground safe access to their medicine.
Full text of the measure is here.
You can write your House member in support of HB 3460 by entering your zip code at the link found here.