Oregon voters said yes to all-psychedelics possession decriminalization in 2020’s state ballot, and a recent poll by Data for Progress showed that the majorly stand by Measure 110’s original approval.

The new survey reflected that 72% of Oregonians believe addiction is a public health rather than a criminal justice issue. Broken down, this consensus reveals that 90% of Democrats, 66% of independents and 54% of Republicans support the public health approach.

When asked about Measure 110, 82% of Democrats, 56% of independents and 31% of Republicans agree on leaving the law intact. That is because the legislation addresses several provisions.

Nonetheless, the overall support to all the measure’s main components proved to be either strong …

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