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There’s a new battle over Oregon’s Medical Marijuana Law. A Bill in the State House would revoke the card of anyone with a past felony drug conviction. Opponent Robert Wolf says the proposed change would punish citizens who have been convicted of a past felony and have served their time but are now sick or perhaps dying. But supporters say Oregon voters never intended to allow convicted drug criminals to legally possess and use marijuana. Other Bills would cut down on the amount of pot a cardholder may possess, and narrow the health conditions for which a card can be issued.

 

 

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