Oregon Recreational Marijuana Initiative Nears Signature Target

OREGON:  An initiative that would legalize recreational marijuana use in Oregon could soon qualify for the November ballot.

It needs a total of 87,213 valid signatures by July 3. As of Thursday, supporters had submitted more than 83,500 signatures to the Secretary of State’s Office.

The group New Approach Oregon is behind the initiative, which would legalize recreational pot for those older than 21 and would give the Oregon Liquor Control Commission the job of regulating marijuana like it does alcohol.

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