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Nov 04 2020

Oregon Decriminalizes Hard Drugs

California decriminalized shoplifting. We saw the predictable result. Oregon replies, “Hold my beer.” Greater Portlandia has upped the anarchy ante by decriminalizing hard drugs. The moonbattery-addled state has passed Measure 110:

It reclassifies personal possession of heroin, cocaine, and LSD, from misdemeanors or felonies to violations punishable with a $100 fine.

A “completed health assessment” may do in lieu of the fine.

As with shoplifting in California, it will no longer be worth a police officer’s time to do anything about possession of hard drugs, which may as well be legal.

Peter Zuckerman was the campaign manager for Measure 110. He says passage is “a big step forward.” However,

“Today is a huge day of celebration but the work is not over and we have a lot more work to do to win a better system for everybody,” he said.

What good does it do to effectively legalize hard drugs when people don’t have money to buy the drugs because they are focused on getting high rather than employment? This is a job for wealth redistribution. Utopia is always one more measure away.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.


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