The proposal released today stops short of a complete repeal, but it attacks what critics see as Measure 110’s original sin: making drug treatment voluntary.
By Sophie Peel and Lucas Manfield
September 18, 2023 at 10:04 am PDT
An advocacy group is proposing radical changes to Measure 110, the 2020 ballot measure that decriminalized possession of hard drugs and routed hundreds of millions of tax dollars to addiction treatment and recovery.
On Monday morning, the group released its blueprint for an overhaul, which it pledges to pursue first at the Oregon Legislature and then, if lawmakers don’t acquiesce, refer to the November 2024 ballot.