Medical marijuana among changing laws
Holders of medical marijuana cards in Oregon now will be allowed to have up to 1½ pounds of dried marijuana and six mature plants under a new state law that takes effect Jan. 1.
The increased possession limit, part of an effort to clear up ambiguities in the state’s 1998 medical marijuana program, was among the hundreds of new laws approved by the 2005 Oregon Legislature.
No you're not crazy, that is the law that we the people voted down when it went up as a ballot measure. The pot heads are extremely happy but I found a serious oxymoron on the OregonNORML site:
WINTER IS OUR CRITICAL FUNDRAISING TIME OF YEAR. GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT OF DOING SOMETHING TO FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS AS A RESPONSIBLE MARIJUANA CONSUMER BY DONATING TO OREGON NORML.
I'm not sure why winter is so critical, maybe sales from this years harvest are coming in, but is there really such thing as a "responsible marijuana consumer?"