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Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? * 2
    #26233037 - 10/06/19 09:47 AM (11 months, 13 days ago)

https://www.salon.com/2019/09/29/will-oregon-be-the-first-state-to-decriminalize-all-drugs_partner/

The groundwork is being laid now for a possible effort to decriminalize the possession of drugs in Oregon. Last month, a trio of drug reform advocates quietly filed a decriminalization initiative, the Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act, with state officials.

That is only the first step in the long and complicated process of getting the initiative on the November 2020 ballot and approved by voters, but it is a first step. Between now and then, the Oregon activists and national groups will be weighing whether success is actually possible and if a full-blown campaign to get it passed will happen.

As is evident from the initiative’s title, it is not just about drug decriminalization, but also about coming up with better ways than drug-war-style policies to address drug misuse and addiction; it is a public health approach rather than a criminal justice approach to the problem.

And it is one that would use taxes derived from the legalization of marijuana to pay for drug treatment and other services for people with drug problems.

According to the proponents, the aim of the initiative “is to make health assessment, treatment and recovery services for drug addiction available to all those who need and want access to those services and to adopt a public health approach to drug addiction by removing criminal penalties for low-level drug possession.”

Here’s what the initiative would do:

Decriminalize the possession of small amounts of all drugs. People caught with personal use amounts of any drugs, including heroin and cocaine, would be cited for a violation — not a felony or misdemeanor — and would be subject to no more than a $100 fine. Drug sales and manufacture would still be criminalized.
Create Addiction Recovery Centers across the state to address “the acute needs of people who use drugs and assessing and addressing any on-going needs thorough intensive case management and linkage to care and services.” Those centers will offer health assessments for each client, as well as an individual intervention plan, intensive case management, and connection to services.
Increase community access to care, including “Low barrier substance abuse disorder treatment,” peer support and recovery services, housing, and harm reduction interventions, such as naloxone and needle exchanges, as well as “stimulant-specific drug education and outreach.”

Pay for it with a Drug Treatment and Recovery Services Fund and an Oregon Marijuana Account. The marijuana account, funded by marijuana tax and fee revenues, would be distinct from the state’s General Fund and would provide funding for the Drug Treatment and Recovery Services Fund, which would provide grants to government and nonprofit groups to provide such services. The fund could also receive monies appropriated by the legislature, as well as any savings from reduced criminal justice costs after decriminalization.
Such a measure is desperately needed, said Anthony Johnson, chief proponent of the initiative, who also headed the state’s successful 2014 marijuana legalization campaign. His fellow proponents are Haven Wheelock of the Portland needle exchange Outside In, and Janie Gullickson, executive director of the Mental Health and Addiction Association of Oregon.

“Oregon ranks nearly last in the country in access to drug addiction treatment,” Johnson explained in an emailed statement. “The waitlist to get treatment can be months long, and in some rural counties, there is practically no treatment at all. This is one reason why one to two Oregonians die of drug overdoses every day, sometimes while they are waiting to get treatment. But instead of expanding access to treatment and recovery, Oregon has recently cut it, reducing general fund money for drug addiction treatment by 89%. If we don’t do something soon, many more people will die.”

While there is a popular belief that being able to arrest people for drug possession is a key to getting them into treatment, Johnson demurs.

“It shouldn’t be,” he said. “Most people who need treatment do not get arrested, and many are reluctant to get treatment because drug possession is a crime. Although there are some who may seek treatment as the result of an arrest, the damage done by saddling someone struggling with addiction with a criminal record is vastly worse, stigmatizing them and often costing them jobs, housing, student loans, time, and separation from their family and support network, among other things. Treatment is more effective when people want it and when it is available on demand.”

And there’s enough money in legal marijuana to pay for it, he said.

“If revenue from marijuana continues to grow at the same rate it has been growing as estimated by the state, this act will bring in about $100 million a year for treatment and services by 2021,” Johnson argued. “That number is projected to grow by about $20 million a year. For comparison, there was a recent bill that failed in the legislature that would have provided $2.9 million in new money for treatment. This act would provide more than 30 times that amount — all from existing resources.”

The state took in $102 million in marijuana tax revenue in fiscal year 2019, and it estimates that number will grow in the foreseeable future. Under the initiative’s provisions, all marijuana tax revenue above $45 million would go to services such as drug addiction treatment, recovery, peer support and housing, Johnson said. The remaining $45 million not earmarked for the initiative would continue to go where it does now, for schools, public safety, and drug addiction treatment and services.

Social and racial justice also demands Oregon find a new path, Johnson argued. A 2016 study found that African Americans in the state are convicted of felony drug possession offenses at twice the rate of white people.

“Our drug laws are deeply inequitable, disproportionately targeting and impacting people of color and in poverty,” he said. “Oregonians use drugs at about the same rate, regardless of the color of their skin. However, people of color are much more likely to be arrested, charged and convicted of drug crimes. People of color are also sentenced more harshly and forced to pay higher fines. That’s morally reprehensible. At the same time, our current drug laws distort the priorities of police, who end up spending too much time arresting people for being addicted to drugs instead of focusing on community safety.”

The initiative was drafted with the help of the Drug Policy Alliance, as well as dozens of Oregonians working in treatment, addiction, and recovery, along with experts on equity, economics, criminal justice, civil liberties, ballot measure campaigns, law, Oregon state politics, and more.

The initiative has been filed, but a final decision on whether it’s a “go” has yet to be made. While the Drug Policy Alliance has been involved, it has not committed to getting behind this initiative just yet.

“We’ve been looking at a number of states, including Oregon, that could benefit from moving towards a health-centered approach to drugs and away from criminalization,” Matt Sutton, the group’s director of media relations, said in an email. “At this point in time, we have connected with various groups on the ground and are exploring all of our options. It is much too soon to determine whether or not we will move forward with this measure, however, the process to get something on the ballot in Oregon can be lengthy, and we wanted to make sure the door was still open for the potential measure to proceed.”

“We would not be where we were unless there was a strong path to victory, but the campaign is still in an exploratory phase, and we have a lot more work to do before we make a final decision about whether to go forward with the campaign,” Johnson said.

Still, the groundwork is being laid for Oregon to once again take a pioneering role in drug policy. It was the first state to decriminalize marijuana possession way back in 1973 and the third to legalize marijuana in 2014. Now, it could be the first to decriminalize the possession of all drugs in 2020.

The Drug Policy Alliance is a funder of Drug Reporter.

fractal note: now this is a true attempt at progress. Just wish east coast states werent as corrupted by shit like prison industry money and cops that get extremely pissed that "theyre not being protected" if one of them loses a job (not even jail) for straight up murder. Unlike the article's desceiption of oregon, my state does have many clinics for buprenorphine, methadone, and now ketamine (but like 500-650 per dose of the latter)


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Fractal420]
    #26233433 - 10/06/19 02:01 PM (11 months, 13 days ago)

Building a wall to protect Walgreens.  Perfect.


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Fractal420] * 2
    #26235823 - 10/07/19 05:20 PM (11 months, 12 days ago)

All of the rationale for doing this makes excellent sense.  It's the most thought out, well articulated and practical approach I've ever read in print. 

In particular, I think this statement is key.  While there is a popular belief that being able to arrest people for drug possession is a key to getting them into treatment, Johnson demurs.  “It shouldn’t be,” he said. “Most people who need treatment do not get arrested, and many are reluctant to get treatment because drug possession is a crime. Although there are some who may seek treatment as the result of an arrest, the damage done by saddling someone struggling with addiction with a criminal record is vastly worse, stigmatizing them and often costing them jobs, housing, student loans, time, and separation from their family and support network, among other things. Treatment is more effective when people want it and when it is available on demand.”


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Fractal420]
    #26236839 - 10/08/19 03:53 AM (11 months, 11 days ago)

:shrug:  That is great.  Have learned Portland as with many other cities they have a low priority for police meaning of course non-violent drug offenders are basically zero on priority on the list. 

Glad it is in the works though.  But really you have to GO REALLY OUT OF YOUR WAY to get arrested in Major West Coast cities.  :shrug:  Really nothing more to add, they have common sense but can tack those things on if they want to so one will plea bargain so I guess it is a good thing to many

Not for the violent or the theives.  They are more of a high priority but only if the theft is over a certain amount.  Have to protect the rich


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Barnaby]
    #26237146 - 10/08/19 09:56 AM (11 months, 11 days ago)

Im just surprised at the lack of opioid treatment facilities, no suboxone clinics?

I dont care what individual people think of that, its a way off of dope and for IV fentadope users kratom isnt gonna cut it

And methadone is prolly overkill (in terms of side effects and all that, the only opioid that made me puke, and ive tried them all except shit like demerol)

Hydromorphone, oxycodone (def more than the rest), oxymorphone, actiq, pretty much everything but street dope
Also i used to eat like 2 x 100mg MScontin in a day (but didnt like it too much, however was an opiate so hey. MSIR at much lower doses was So nice though! But still maybe only half as strong as OC)


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Fractal420]
    #26239884 - 10/09/19 12:15 PM (11 months, 10 days ago)

Rich greedy fat cat fuckface asshole holier than thou types do not want to pay for suboxone clinics or anything for anyone, they need that 50 billion, gotta have a solid gold toilet seat and a brand new mercedes for the prom queen/king/selves.:scat:


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: tyrannicalrex] * 1
    #26240501 - 10/09/19 04:41 PM (11 months, 10 days ago)

Hey, TR-Don't hold back!  Tell us how you REALLY feel!  :lol:


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    #26240529 - 10/09/19 04:54 PM (11 months, 10 days ago)

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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: tyrannicalrex]
    #26240614 - 10/09/19 05:40 PM (11 months, 10 days ago)

2 years ago they passed all drug possession could only be a misdemeanor. Medical mushrooms are coming up for next election. It only makes sense. You seriously have to fuck up or be into meth to get any shit in Oregon.


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Spirit-Crusher]
    #26240847 - 10/09/19 07:37 PM (11 months, 10 days ago)

I got busted for illegal fishing in Oregon.  Almost got busted for weed at that time.  The ranger believed I locked my keys in the car.  Truth was the weed and keys were in a old mess kit.  That was jail time back then.  Probably around 2003.

They finally caught up to me for the fine.  It was some 400 bucks!


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Morel Guy]
    #26241668 - 10/10/19 03:38 AM (11 months, 9 days ago)

In my state, many fishing spots arent legal but no one will bother you about using them. One time i just wanted to go camping at a *camping park* but nope some cops came up to us and were like "you cant just pitch a tent when you like! What are you, crazy? Here a ticket"

We were coming down from pink stars (some of the last good rolls before the MCPP/pipes took over for a while, and then methylone)

there were still some people with real molly but the ones just slinging it, usually would be methylone or one of those pipes. Or 4mec


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Fractal420] * 1
    #26242063 - 10/10/19 10:19 AM (11 months, 9 days ago)

Mmmmm cathinones :wink:


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    #26242153 - 10/10/19 11:04 AM (11 months, 9 days ago)

Ugggghhhh blech cathinones


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Spirit-Crusher]
    #26896365 - 08/24/20 05:05 AM (1 month, 20 hours ago)

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2 years ago they passed all drug possession could only be a misdemeanor. Medical mushrooms are coming up for next election. It only makes sense. You seriously have to fuck up or be into meth to get any shit in Oregon.



Agree, everything is changeable and they just make us think that everything will be great, in fact, they do what they want. That is why we have to forget about what they are telling us and to take care of everything alone. You know I think that in this life we have to try everything. Drugs and alcohol are not an exception. In case of some problems, we can always ask for help. I have a friend who had a drug addiction and his family found for him these guys https://www.abbeycarefoundation.com/rehab/cardiff/. There he received the best care ever and now he doesn't have such a problem anymore.


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: runningman]
    #26896399 - 08/24/20 06:29 AM (1 month, 19 hours ago)

Oregon could well be


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Nature Boy]
    #26896618 - 08/24/20 10:53 AM (1 month, 15 hours ago)

Guy just had to vent.  It is ok.  Had a friend awhile back and we would vent but it just processes the emotions and then one is done.  Some hold on to shit for a lifetime.  I avoid such people.  TR seems cool.  I get where he is coming from.

Personally I don't think it is good to make it all legal.  Crack, heroin, and meth come to mind and I have used them.  Just not crack but a hell of a lot of speedballs and meth for a year in my youth. 

Why they don't let you just grow mushrooms of the kind I like or lsd or DMT or so on and so forth.  Scheduled drugs from the Nixon administration in the 70's is so inane but comes as no surprise as smart and the integrity of the Nixon administration was during that time.  A lot like now.

Get rid of Trump and his swamp and idiotic drug scheduling laws and electoral voting.  Why vote?  Means nothing in most states.


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Barnaby]
    #26898093 - 08/25/20 06:10 AM (30 days, 19 hours ago)

I still hear of things like arrests of people picking mushrooms in Oregon unfortunately btw


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Fractal420]
    #26898449 - 08/25/20 12:10 PM (30 days, 13 hours ago)

Yeah.  There was some Park Ranger that some guy posted he was out with his friends picking them but there some younger kids doing the same and guess who the park ranger fucked with?

Is it bad to feel I am glad we got of with a warning and they got fucked?  In any situation.  I have a conscience and would never lay shit on other people to get out of my own. 

Authority figures, very few I respect.  Especially when it is the most inane and trivial bullshit but one needs that paycheck.  Fuck them.  My late Grandfather was a forest ranger for a time and he would never give a shit about things like that.  Though to her credit she just warned them as well but took their bags of shrooms.  To have it be a felony to just pick something on public property growing out of the ground.:finger:

People fear all the wrong things.  It is getting idiotic beyond belief.  Like the shroom story by the poster with his friends at the motel room.  Was amusing but I don't feel like taking the time to write about it. 

Covid.  Picking mushrooms. The border wall. Which is worse?  What do we focus on?  God it is stupid.


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: Barnaby]
    #26898454 - 08/25/20 12:14 PM (30 days, 13 hours ago)

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  My late Grandfather was a forest ranger for a time and he would never give a shit about things like that.  Though to her credit she just warned them as well but took their bags of shrooms. 





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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: tyrannicalrex]
    #26899805 - 08/26/20 04:05 AM (29 days, 21 hours ago)

Forest rangers around my area just smoke weed and don’t do a damn thing AFAIK, I’m friends with one of the Parks dept people. He is most def a stoner

However, you still gotta pass a drug test OR you did until that law passed forbidding thc tests. Don’t know if that applies to federal work but that friend had to get tested a few years back


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Re: Will Oregon Be The First State to Decrim All Drugs? [Re: runningman]
    #26900786 - 08/26/20 05:01 PM (29 days, 9 hours ago)

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Oregon could well be



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2 years ago they passed all drug possession could only be a misdemeanor. Medical mushrooms are coming up for next election. It only makes sense. You seriously have to fuck up or be into meth to get any shit in Oregon.



Agree, everything is changeable and they just make us think that everything will be great, in fact, they do what they want. That is why we have to forget about what they are telling us and to take care of everything alone. You know I think that in this life we have to try everything. Drugs and alcohol are not an exception. In case of some problems, we can always ask for help. I have a friend who had a drug addiction and his family found for him these guys https://www.abbeycarefoundation.com/rehab/cardiff/. There he received the best care ever and now he doesn't have such a problem anymore.



Also think that only a person who has passed through this would be able to show the real picture


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