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Legislative items from year 2014 2014, Legislative items

   Senate Bill 1531 notes and information Senate Bill 1531, Medical - Specifies that governing body of city or county may prohibit the establishment or regulate or restrict the operation of medical marijuana facilities.
   Senate Bill 1556 notes and information Senate Bill 1556, Legalization - Declares that person 21 years of age or older legally should be able to possess, transfer or produce marijuana.


Legislative items from year 2013 2013, Legislative items

   Senate Bill 82 notes and information Senate Bill 82, to Remove 6-month Drivers License suspension for Cannabis (Marijuana) possession
   Senate Bill 281 notes and information Senate Bill 281, to add PTSD to the OMMP


Legislative items from year 2012 2012, Legislative items

   Legislative Concept 1749 notes and information Legislative Concept 1749, to add PTSD to the OMMP

   Attorney General Race  notes and information Attorney General Race, the Good and the Bad

   Initiative 9 -- Oregon Cannabis Tax Act (OCTA)  notes and information Initiative 9 -- Oregon Cannabis Tax Act (OCTA)

   Initiative 24 -- Oregon Marijuana Policy Intiative (OMPI) notes and information Initiative 24 -- Oregon Marijuana Policy Intiative (OMPI)


Legislative items from year 2011 2011, Legislative items

   House Bill 3664 notes and information HB 3664, the "Sum Of All Fears" bill
   Senate Bill 5529 notes and information SB 5529, Increases OMMP Fees


Legislative items from year 2010 2010, Legislative items

   Initiative 28 notes and information I-28, the Dispensary Initiative continues


Legislative items from year 2009 2009, Legislative items

   Initiative 28 notes and information I-28, the Dispensary Initiative
   Senate Bill 388 notes and information SB 388, changes the Program for Law Enforcement; Decreases amount of marijuana that may be possessed by persons responsible for marijuana grow sites to 24 ounces, etc.
   Senate Bill 426 notes and information SB 426, Expands ability of employer to prohibit use of medical marijuana in workplace
   Senate Bill 427 notes and information SB 427, Relates to drug-free workplace policies; Requires applicant for medical marijuana registry identification card to notify employer before using marijuana, etc.
   House Bill 2313 notes and information HB 2313, a Land Use bill that could effect Dispensarys
   House Bill 2497 notes and information HB 2497, Relating to employment; Expands ability of employer to prohibit use of medical marijuana in workplace
   House Bill 2503 notes and information HB 2503, Relating to medical marijuana in the workplace; Prohibits discrimination in employment under certain circumstances, etc.


Legislative items from year 2007 2007, Legislative items

   House Bill 465 notes and information SB465, a Fire-em-All-and-let-God-sort-out bill


Legislative items from year 2005 2005, Legislative items

   House Bill 1085 notes and information SB1085, needs your attention
   Senate Bill 2693 notes and information HB2693, the "dumb bill gone bad" bill
   Senate Bill 3457 notes and information HB3457, the "Forfeiture" bill
   House Bill 717 notes and information SB717, the anti-Medical Marijuana bill
   House Bill 772 notes and information SB772, the pro-Medical Marijuana bill
   House Bill 2485 notes and information HB2485, the anti-Meth & Marijuana bill
   Senate Bill 294 notes and information SB294, the Hemp bill
   Senate Bill 397 notes and information SB397, Denies Benefits
   Senate Bill 2695 notes and information HB2695, DUI & 2nd-Hand Smoke
   House Bill 717 notes and information HB5077, the "Rob the Sick and Dying Pot-heads" bill

Legislative items from year 2003 2003, Legislative items

   House Bill 2939 notes and information HB2939, a previous bad Medical Marijuana bill

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Oregon, Legislative - Vote Your Hopes, Not Your Fears I had hope that Obama wouldn't be deporting people the way Bush did. ABC News reportsthat Obama's record is far worse. "Since 2009, the annual average number of deportations has approached 400,000, according to the Department of Homeland Security. That's double the annual average during President George W. Bush's first term and 30 percent higher than the average when he left office." In 2009, Attorney General Holder said Obama's "policy" during the campaign<> -- regarding medicinal marijuana -- would "now" be federal policy. That policy was to respect the rights of states to legalize these clinics. I had Hope.

However, as Raw Story reported: "Since President Barack Obama took office, 'more than 200' state-approved medical marijuana facilities have been raided", according to Kris Hermes, spokesperson for Americans for Safe Access (ASA), who spoke to Raw Story on Thursday. "That exceeds the number of raids his predecessor, George W. Bush, oversaw during his entire eight years in office," he said.

With Bush, I had no hope. I expected him to be bad on civil liberties, war, and the budget. I knew he'd expand both the size and scope of government, ignore the Constitution, and trample on our rights. In that regard, he did not disappoint. Obama told me to hope. Well, I stopped doing that shortly after his election. Now I just endure, disgusted by the choices Democrats and Republicans continually give us.   Read more>>

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Oregon State Legislation:  xxx SENATE BILL 1531 - At the request of: (at the request of Association of Oregon Counties and League of Oregon Cities) Chief Sponsors: Senator Hansell , Senator Monroe , Senator Starr Regular Sponsors: Senator Baertschiger Jr , Senator Boquist , Senator Close , Senator Ferrioli , Senator Girod , Senator Johnson , Senator Knopp , Representative Esquivel , Senator Kruse , Senator Monnes Anderson , Representative Jenson , Senator Olsen , Representative Thatcher , Senator Thomsen , Representative Thompson , Senator Whitsett , Representative Whisnant , Senator Winters , Representative Witt (Presession Filed) | Relating to marijuana facilities; declaring an emergency. SB 1531 Specifies that governing body of city or county may prohibit the establishment or regulate or restrict the operation of medical marijuana facilities. >> Read text

Oregon State Legislation:  xxx SENATE BILL 1556 - At the request of: Chief Sponsors: Senator Prozanski , Representative Buckley Regular Sponsors: Senator Dembrow , Senator Steiner Hayward , Representative Barker , Representative Barnhart , Representative Frederick , Representative Holvey(Presession Filed) | Relating to marijuana [ Legalization ]; providing that this Act shall be referred to the people for their approval or rejection. DSB 1556 eclares that person 21 years of age or older legally should be able to possess, transfer or produce marijuana. >> Read text

Oregon State Legislation:  xxx HOUSE BILL 4023 - At the request of: (at the request of House Interim Committee on Veterans' Services and Emergency Preparedness) Chief Sponsors: Regular Sponsors: (Presession Filed) | Relating to veterans; appropriating money; declaring an emergency. Designates portion of U.S. Highway 26 within Warm Springs Reservation as Warm Springs Veterans Memorial Highway. HB 4023 also allows 100 percent disabled veterans to pay discounted fee for annual medical marijuana cards. >> Read text

Oregon State Legislation:  xxx HOUSE BILL 4068 - At the request of: Chief Sponsors: Representative Gomberg , Representative Thatcher Regular Sponsors: Senator Prozanski , Representative Barker , Representative Esquivel , Representative Krieger , Representative Weidner (Presession Filed) | Relating to concealed handgun license applicants previously charged with marijuana offenses. Summary: Modifies requirements for concealed handgun license applicants. Currently, a person who has been convicted of a violation for possessing marijuana is not disqualified from obtaining a concealed firearms permit if otherwise eligible to do so. >> Read text

Oregon State Legislation:  xxx HOUSE BILL 4098 - At the request of: Chief Sponsors: Representative Hicks Regular Sponsors: (Presession Filed) | Relating to crime; declaring an emergency. Summary: Allows Department of Corrections inmates to receive credit for time served for presentence incarceration after arrest for lesser included offense, greater inclusive offense or crime committed during same criminal episode as sentencing crime. HB 4098 also Removes marijuana and marijuana products from the commercial drug offense list. >> Read text

Oregon State Legislation:  xxx HOUSE BILL 4099 - At the request of: Chief Sponsors: Representative Hicks (Presession Filed) | Relating to marijuana; declaring an emergency. Summary: Directs Department of Justice to conduct study on laws of this state that would need to be amended if people of this state vote to legalize marijuana at next regular general election held throughout this state. >> Read text

Oregon, Legislative - Momentum toward marijuana policy reform in Oregon! Momentum toward marijuana policy reform in Oregon! - Last Update: March 1, 2014 | Learn more >>

Oregon, Legislative - Momentum toward marijuana policy reform in Oregon! Oregon lawmakers convene short session | On February 3, Oregon lawmakers convened to begin the 2014 short session in Salem. With adjournment scheduled for March 9, lawmakers have little time to address big issues. One of the major issues up for consideration is legalizing marijuana for adults and regulating it like alcohol. There is talk of passing a legislative referral to November’s ballot, giving voters the opportunity to enact a marijuana regulation and taxation bill crafted by the legislature. Gov. John Kitzhaber stated that “the Legislature would be the right place to craft [a marijuana taxation and regulation ballot measure]” to ensure the program is properly regulated. If you’re a resident of Oregon, please ask your lawmakers to end the state’s costly prohibition of marijuana. Oregonians last had the opportunity to vote to end marijuana prohibition in 2012. Unfortunately, the measure was defeated 53% to 47%, but considering a May 2013 Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research poll found 63% support for taxing, regulating, and legalizing marijuana, advocates are hopeful 2014 could be the year for victory. - visit >>   Visit - http://www.mpp.org/states/oregon/

Success in Salem in 2013 | The 2013 session was quite a successful one for marijuana policy advocates in Salem. Gov. John Kitzhaber signed into law a bill adding PTSD to the list of qualifying conditions for the state’s medical marijuana program. He also signed two bills into law that reduce the penalties for possession of marijuana: one reduces the maximum sentences for possession of more than one ounce of marijuana, and the other eliminates the practice of suspending driving privileges for someone found in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. In addition to these proposals, local advocates were able to pass HB 3460 — a bill to allow medical marijuana facilities to obtain marijuana and immature marijuana plants from and sell marijuana to medical marijuana patients and their designated primary caregivers. Gov. Kitzhaber signed HB 3460 on August 14, making Oregon the 14th state (plus D.C.) to create a regulated medical marijuana dispensary program. Many thanks go to Sam Chapman and Oregonians for Medical Rights who orchestrated the lobbying effort to see this bill through. >>   Visit - http://www.mpp.org/states/oregon/

Marijuana laws in Oregon | Arrests for marijuana possession are still happening across the state, despite the fact that Oregon decriminalized possession of up to an ounce of marijuana over 40 years ago. Unfortunately, these arrests disproportionately affect minority communities. According to the ACLU, African Americans in Oregon are more than twice as likely to be arrested for marijuana possession as their white neighbors. Additionally, the cost of a marijuana possession citation is excessive. Currently, an individual who possesses up to an ounce of marijuana could be levied with a typical fine of $650! In comparison, in 2008, Massachusetts’ voters chose to decriminalize possession of up to an ounce of marijuana by replacing their state's past criminal penalties with a $100 civil fine. For the same offense, Oregon penalizes its residents more than six times as harshly as Massachusetts. For more information on the current legal status of marijuana, as well as information on use rates, arrests, and other helpful information, please see Marijuana In Oregon, authored by Dr. Jon Gettman, Ph.D. >>   Visit - http://www.mpp.org/states/oregon/

Stay connected | To support the Marijuana Policy Project and all of our allies. If you have any questions concerning the status of marijuana policy reform in Oregon, you can contact MPP at state@mpp.org. Also, be sure to subscribe to MPP's free legislative alert service today. >>   Visit - http://www.mpp.org/states/oregon/

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There are a number of medical cannabis (marijuana) bills in play in states across the US. We need to get the word out and people contacting reps and officials and get this legislation into law.

To accomplish this you need to click on the following links and send a message to all the reps and media you can on the issue. Then get everybody else to do the same.

To do this you need to tell everybody you know. And can confide in.

Then/or anonymously tell everybody you don't know - or can't confide in. Yet.

HELP! People Needing Medical Cannabis Across America. TAKE ACTION NOW!

Tell everybody you can by e-mailing a link to this website to them. Also phone call and visit. Take literature with you and approach businesses, organizations and even people on the street while you're out and about. Wear your pot-leaf shirt and register voters, as feasible.

Organize an event or action item to attract people in order to inform, educate and activate. Don't forget to alert the media!

Tell everybody else by Letters-to-the-Editor, displaying signage at street corners and over-passes (wear trenchcoat, fedora and sunglasses if afraid of exposure), and/or anonymously leaving literature and posting on-line at places where people are likely to find it. Coffeeshops are good places to leave printed material and you can go to the websites of the local newspapers to post items as well. More ideas and supporting tools via the links below.

U.S. - Medical Marijuana Patients NORML > Take Action for Marijuana Law Reform >> NORMLs Legislative Alerts and Updates, Find Current Legislation page - visit: http://norml.org/about/take-action-for-marijuana-law-reform - with:

Oregon - Medical Marijuana Patients Action Alert List - Find Your Elected Officials > Find Your Elected Officials >> Not sure who represents you? Enter your Zip code to find your U.S. Senators and Representative, as well as your local legislators. visit: http://salsa3.salsalabs.com/o/51046/getLocal.jsp

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Does my vote really count? Yes. In the 2002 election, in District 28 (southern Oregon), only 42 votes came between the two candidates. That means 22 votes would have changed the outcome, and close elections like this are not unusual. Next time, the vote that changes the outcome could be yours.

Just as with any other new activity, voting for the first time comes with questions and maybe even a little anxiety. The following information should help answer any questions you may have, ease the voting process, and empower you to become an active citizen.

If you have any questions please call our toll-free voter information line at 1-866-ORE-VOTE (1-866-673-8683). The voter information line is available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, se habla Espanol. TTY services for the hearing impaired are available at 1-866-350-0596. Additional voting resources are also available online at the Elections Division website; visit: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/elechp.htm.

Read the Voting in Oregon Guide www.uhavavote.org/votingguide/index.html. get to the link and others by visiting: www.oregonvotes.org/elec101.htm

The basics of Oregon State Voter Registration

You may register to vote in Oregon if:

1. You are a resident of Oregon.
2. You are a United States citizen.
3. You will be 18 years old by Election Day.

To register to vote or update your current registration:

(1.> Complete the Voter Registration Form (visit: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/votreg/sel500.pdf. The form is in a fillable .pdf format. Open the form using the free Adobe Acrobat© Reader and complete it online by tabbing through the fields and typing in the requested information.
(2.> Print the completed form and sign it. Mail the form to your county elections office or drop it off in person.
(3.> If you do not wish to complete the voter registration form online, you may print the form and complete it using black ink.

Your county elections office will mail you a card to let you know that your registration was received. If you are registering in Oregon for the first time, your completed voter registration form must be postmarked by the 21st day before an election in order to vote in that election.

A voter who is unable, because of the disability, to sign their name should also complete the Signature Stamp Attestation form. If you have any questions, be sure to call your county elections office. Source: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/votreg/vreg.htm

Oregon Voter Registration Card. you may use this card to:. gregister to vote in Oregon. The deadline to register to vote is the 21st day before an election. Visit: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/votreg/sel500.pdf

a Voting in Oregon Guide :: registering to vote If this is your first time registering to vote in Oregon, you must register at least 21 days before, and more. Visit: www.uhavavote.org/votingguide/register.html

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Voting In Oregon. The following are some important facts about voting in Oregon. With the General election coming up in November, you will soon be hearing a lot about issues that will affect your life. Registering to vote in Oregon is a very simple and quick process, and now that Oregon has vote-by-mail, the whole process is even easier. Watch for the Voters Pamphlet in the mail, and make a difference by voting! Visit: www.osbar.org/public/vote/Voting.htm

A note from the League Of Women Voters Of Oregon. Voters should understand a new law, passed by the Oregon Legislature in 2005, which prohibits participating in more than one nominating process. A voter must choose whether to (1) participate in the nominating process for an independent or third party candidate or (2) vote a partisan Primary Election ballot.

If registered Democrats or Republicans vote in the Primary, they can no longer participate in the nominating process for independent candidates. If minor party members participate in their party's nominating convention for a particular office, they can no longer sign a petition for an independent candidate for that office.

If you are registered as a Republican or Democrat and wish to sign a nominating petition for an independent candidate, LWVOR suggests re-registering by the April 25 deadline with your county elections office as "Not a Member of a Party." Re-registering would allow you to still vote the on the nonpartisan offices and measures in the Primary Election; voters who are not registered as Democrats or Republicans will receive ballots containing only these offices. After the Primary, you can register again with your party of choice. If you do not want to re-register, or have missed the deadline, the only way you can legally support the nomination of an independent candidate is if you do not vote at all in the Primary Election. For more, Visit: www.lwvor.org

Multnomah County Voter Information - Frequently Asked Questions. Visit by clicking here.

Deschutes County Government, Oregon - Registering to Vote WHO MAY REGISTER TO VOTE? Anyone who is: ? A resident of Oregon;. ? A United States citizen, and. ? At least 18 years of age by Election Day. Click here.

Volunteer, read news, or register to vote on this site provided by the Democrats in Washington County, Oregon. visit: www.washcodems.org

State Voter Registration Deadlines - U.S. Government Info/Resources. This table shows the last day on which you can register to vote in each state, visit: usgovinfo.about.com/blvrdeadline.htm and State Voter Registration Requirements - U.S. Government Info/Resources visit: usgovinfo.about.com/blvrbystate.htm

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Help End the International War on Medical Cannabis (Marijuana)

Experts all agree that the most sensible policy is to regulate, but politicians are afraid to touch the issue. In days, a global commission including former heads of state and foreign policy chiefs of the UN, EU, US, Brazil, Mexico and more will break the taboo and publicly call for new approaches including decriminalization and regulation of drugs. This could be a once-in-a-generation tipping-point moment -- if enough of us call for an end to this madness. Politicians say they understand that the war on drugs has failed, but claim the public isn't ready for an alternative. Let's show them we not only accept a sane and humane policy -- we demand it. Click below to sign the petition and share with everyone --if we reach 1 million voices, it will be personally delivered to world leaders by the global commission - Visit - http://mercycenters.org/world/ - for international Legislative news and info.


Voter Suppression: The Unraveling of American Democracy

Oregon, Legislative - Voter Suppression: The Unraveling of American
Democracy How will the American presidential election be won in November 2012? By the Republicans buying the election? Perhaps. But money cannot always buy an election. That is why Republicans have spent the last four to six years passing a spate of voter suppression laws in "swing states" that will make it more difficult and costly for the young, the elderly, minorities, union members and single and elderly women to cast a vote for Barack Obama. Although the Republican effort is not exactly a secret, few Americans are discussing it with the urgency it deserves. The nonpartisan Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law says that since the start of 2011, 16 states -- which account for 214 electoral votes-have passed restrictive voting laws. Each law is different: some curb voter registration drives; others require new and costly forms of identification; and still others insist that voters produce government-issued photo IDs at the polls.   Read more>>

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