ACLU Poll Shows Oregonians Strongly Support Reducing Drug Sentences

March 1, 2017 Travis Maurer

A recent ACLU poll shows Oregonians strongly support reducing drug sentences, prompting a task force from the Attorney General’s office to introduce a new bill to remove felony punishments for small-scale drug possession. As momentum picks up across the country to just say #NoMoreDrugWar, this is very encouraging news. Treating addicts like criminals has been an [...]

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