Oregon: Mandatory Minimums Repealed For Drug Offenses; Probation Expanded For Marijuana

Strategy Intended To Avert Prison Growth

By Steve Elliott, Hemp News OREGON: The Oregon Legislature has passed a broad criminal justice bill, HB 3194, that is projected to avert all of the state’s anticipated prison growth over the next decade. The bill repeals mandatory minimums for nonviolent drug offenses, and expands the use of presumptive probation in marijuana offenses. The Oregon House Read the full article…

Oregon: Mandatory Minimums Repealed For Drug Offenses; Probation Expanded For Marijuana

Strategy Intended To Avert Prison Growth

By Steve Elliott, Hemp News OREGON: The Oregon Legislature has passed a broad criminal justice bill, HB 3194, that is projected to avert all of the state’s anticipated prison growth over the next decade. The bill repeals mandatory minimums for nonviolent drug offenses, and expands the use of presumptive probation in marijuana offenses. The Oregon House Read the full article…