House Bill 4002, which would overhaul Measure 110, now goes before the full Oregon House and Senate for votes. Lawmakers have just over a week to wrap it up.

Author: Jamie Parfitt, Pat Dooris
Published: 6:19 PM PST February 26, 2024
Updated: 12:19 PM PST February 28, 2024

SALEM, Ore. — A bill to rework Measure 110 received a green light from the Oregon Legislature’s special Joint Committee on Addiction and Community Safety Response Tuesday evening, passing the committee on a 10-2 vote that sends House Bill 4002 on to be considered by the full Oregon House and Senate. The 2024 legislative session ends March 10.

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