LIVES ARE BEING LOST.
STREETS ARE UNSAFE.
IT’S TIME TO FIX BALLOT MEASURE 110.

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Recent bipartisan polling shows 74% of Oregon voters, including 63% of Democrats, support recriminalizing personal possession of fentanyl, heroin and meth while maintaining existing cannabis taxes for drug treatment and making treatment required – not voluntary – as an alternative to jail. Read the full polling report here.

Our Proposal

Prohibit the use of hard drugs in public places.

Make possession of lethal drugs like fentanyl, meth, and heroin a crime again.

Replace voluntary with required addiction treatment.

Prioritize diversion, treatment, and recovery over prosecution and jail.

Maintain cannabis taxes for expanded prevention, treatment, and recovery; improve oversight and accountability.

Expand penalties for drug dealing.

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Feb 21, 2024

Oregonians support making drug possession a crime again, according to poll by group pushing Measure 110 repeal

Updated: Feb. 21, 2024, 10:52 a.m. | Published: Feb. 21, 2024 Read More

Feb 11, 2024

Measure 110 ‘has not helped us’: Drug law left promises unfulfilled in Oregon border town

Zane Sparling | The Oregonian/OregonLive “The Flats” can’t be found on any Read More

Jan 29, 2024

Oregon Rethinks Drug Decriminalization

By The Editorial BoardJan. 29, 2024 6:38 pm ET American federalism has many Read More

Jan 16, 2024

A third way is needed to address Oregon’s drug crisis

JANUARY 16, 2024 5:30 AM The debate over Measure 110, passed in 2020 Read More