- Unknown Author (via observando)
(CannabisNow) With legal sales in Washington expected this summer, Oregon finds itself in an interesting predicament. With its largest city, Portland, bordering Washington State (where cannabis is legal for adult use), preventing adult use of cannabis will grow more ineffective and potentially more costly for the state to regulate.
But it seems that Oregonians don’t plan to wait much longer to add Oregon to the list of states with adult use legalization of cannabis. In November of last year, Oregon introduced Initiative Petition 37, which would bring to vote the legalization of cannabis.
Attorney Michael McNichols of Canby appealed this initiative, sending it to the Supreme Court of Oregon for further review. In the meantime, pro-legalization Oregonians have decided not to wait for the Supreme Court to rule and introduced Initiative Petition 53, which has not had an appeal issued.
one day you will become a killing machine and murder many people
godspeed little hippo
- Vera Nazarian (via observando)