• Measure 80 proponents blame lack of funding and organizational support for the measure’s failure

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    “The major national drug-policy organizations focused their efforts on Colorado’s Amendment 64 and Washington’s Initiative 502 (both won), and put practically no financial or human resources into Oregon (though to their credit, those organizations did endorse M-80, and local NORML and SSDP chapters worked to support it). Altogether, Measure 80 raised and spent just $70,000.” Doug McVay at CelebStoner


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