OR – Oregon Tag - PART ONLY
Along with the wave of other states pushing for medical and recreational Marijuana Oregon has been no exception. Show your support for the great progress they have made with Measure 91. Oregon Ballot Measure 91 was a 2014 ballot measure in the U.S. state of Oregon. Its passage legalized the "recreational use of marijuana, based on regulation and taxation to be determined by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission". Measure 91 was the third initiative seeking to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Oregon; previous measures were 1986's Measure 5 and 2012's Measure 80 while medical use of marijuana was legalized in Oregon in 1998. Measure 91 passed by approximately 56% to 44%. Most polls leading up to the election showed majority support for legalizing recreational marijuana use among adults. Effective July 1, 2015 (per Section 82(1)) the measure legalizes the possession and use of marijuana for adults 21-years of age or older. Adults can carry up to one ounce of marijuana, keep up to eight ounces at home per household, and grow up to four plants per household. This Positive Vibes Tag by EcoSmart Designs is Handmade in the USA and created using SafePewter™ and finished in a fine antique silver color. Comes on a 36" recycled cord.