Karen Wheeler, of the Oregon Health Authority writes: We have determined the multi-city educational tour that has been planned falls inside the lines of political activity given the featured speaker and the timing of the events right before the election.
“You didn’t get a free ride in a police car. You didn’t have a criminal record,” Marquis said. “That’s what less than an ounce of marijuana is in Oregon.”
We have evidence that the official spokesperson for the No on 91 campaign, Mandi Puckett, has been using her position as a substance abuse prevention counselor for Descutes County, Oregon, to campaign against the current legalization initiative and the initiative that failed in 2012.
If Marquis is considering those 2,514 juvenile mostly-citations as being “the second highest arrest rate of juvenile drug crime in the nation,” isn’t he exhibiting the same sort of intellectual dishonesty he accused Peter Zuckerman of?
Kevin Sabet was openly discussing what he imagined the pitfalls of marijuana legalization would be at the 2012 Summit, and BestCare and Jefferson County were sponsoring it, presumably with taxpayer money.
US Representative Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) has called on the directors of the federal Office of National Drug Control Policy and the Substance Abuse Mental Health Administration to investigate allegations of illegal use of public taxpayer funds to influence Oregon’s upcoming vote on marijuana legalization, known as Measure 91.
Since legalization is such a popular idea, it is up to Marquis to sow the seeds of doubt, confusion, and fear so voters will stick with the status quo of prohibition.
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