Oregon Recovers on measure 110

MEDFORD, Ore. – We asked Oregon Recovers for their thoughts on the new coalition looking to make changes to measure 110.

Oregon Recovers’ website actually endorses the idea to amend measure 110 rather than end it.

They say they agree with a lot of ideas from the coalition, like record expungement after treatment.

But they say that there are some aspects that they would prefer to change.

Oregon Recovers’ Mike Marshall said, “those of us that suffer from addiction, that’s what we respond to is consequences. And so, measure 110 took away these consequences without building up other consequences and we should be focused on building up other consequences before automatically going back and doing criminal justice consequences.”

The group would also want more funding toward addiction recovery from alcohol taxes.

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Maximus Osburn is a reporter for NBC5 News. He studied at California State University-Northridge, graduating with a degree in Broadcasting. Maximus is an avid martial arts enthusiast and combat sports fan. He even traveled to Thailand to train with martial arts experts. Maximus loves movies, nature, and doing things outside his comfort zone, like swimming in sub-freezing lakes in the winter.
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