Stop fentanyl

Oregon legislators may not make big changes to the state’s drug policy this session, but one bill that is moving would plug a hole in how fentanyl is treated under the law.

House Bill 2645 would create a new Class A misdemeanor penalty for certain amounts of fentanyl and also change how possession of fentanyl can be proven.

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Why bother. Pass all the laws you want. After M110 nobody cares what the drug addicts do.


When we few - unfunded - skeptics - raised questions in 2020, nobody wanted to question the "everybody wins" lies of an out of state group (Drug Policy Alliance)

Now that Oregon is dead worst in overdoses why are we re-arranging the deck chair of the Titanic, rather than hailing another ship or getting into the lifeboats? REPEAL M-110!

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