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A proposal in Oregon to increase the amount of marijuana you can possess without getting a felony is drawing opposition from sheriffs and district attorneys.  Katie Suver, with the District Attorneys Association, says judges currently have the ability to change the penalty based on the circumstances.  Sheriffs don't want the amount of possession to increase above "less than an ounce."  Marijuana supporters want it increased to "less than four ounces."  The bill remains in committee.

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