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Submitted by info on Mon, 08/18/2014 - 00:00
The Oregon Progressive Party has endorsed these measures on the 2014 Oregon general election ballot:
Measure 88 (referendum): Provides Oregon resident "driver card" without requiring proof of legal presence in the United States.
Measure 89 (initiative): Amends Constitution: State/political subdivision shall not deny or abridge equality of rights on account of sex.
Measure 91 (initiative): Allows possession, manufacture, sale of marijuana by/to adults, subject to state licensing, regulation, taxation.
Measure 92 (initiative): Requires food manufacturers, retailers to label "genetically engineered" foods as such; state, citizens may enforce.
The Oregon Progressive Party opposes these measures on the 2014 Oregon general election ballot:
Measure 90 (initiative): Changes general election nomination processes: provides for single primary ballot listing candidates; top two advance.
Submitted by info on Fri, 10/22/2010 - 16:42
The Progressive Party of Oregon on October 8 announced its endorsements on Oregon's statewide ballot measures and one Portland measure.
Measure 74: YES.
Establishes medical marijuana supply system (licensed dispensaries) and assistance and research programs. Measure 74 would bring medical marijuana under stricter state control and state taxation.
Measure 75: NO.
Authorizes a large privately-owned casino in Multnomah County. Measure 75 would expand the victimization of Oregon families by easy access to addictive gambling. It would also suck nearly $100 million per year out of the Oregon economy to pay the owners of the new casino.
Portland Measure 26-108: YES.
Continues Portland's "voter-owned elections" system of providing limited matching campaign funds to candidates for City Commission or Auditor who qualify by raising $5,000 or $7,500 from contributions of $5 per person or less. Once qualified for public funding, the candidates cannot accept campaign contributions from any source.