Elections: Marijuana Measure Expected on Ballot


Klamath Falls, Ore.– You can expect to see a measure to legalize marijuana on the November ballot. Supporters of the initiative say they’re already submitted 83-thousand validated signatures to the secretary of state’s office. They only need about 45-hundred more. Chief Petitioner Anthony Johnson told Oregon Public Broadcasting that the measure regulate marijuana in the same way beer and wine are regulated, and would tax the plants at a flat rate of 35-dollars per ounce.