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4), making Oregon a thoroughfare for pot trafficking. With the progressive bastion of Portland leading the plaid-clad charge for doobie-liberation, it seems Oregon has a good chance of joining Washington and Colorado. And, according to the Oregonian, the supporters of legalization are determined not to make the same mistakes they say are conflicting Washington. Oregon residents will be allowed to grow weed at home, tax rates will be lower in an attempt to curb the black market, and the state will build off of the medical marijuana framework already in place. Travel guru Rick Steves is among the supporters of legalization in Oregon, and recently toured nine parts of the state to speak in support of the cause. “I just feel very strongly that the laws that are on the books right now are counterproductive,” he told the Oregonian. “They are expensive.
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