Some Oregon Towns To Vote On Overturning Ban On Recreational Pot

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A customer looks at marijuana for sale at a dispensary in Eugene, Oregon on March 22, 2016. (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)

Even though Oregon voters legalized recreational marijuana in 2014, you can’t legally buy the stuff in more than 100 Oregon communities.

That’s because some city and county governments banned recreational marijuana businesses. But voters in nearly half of those places will have the chance to overturn those bans this November.

Chris Lehman from the Northwest News Network reports.

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Chris Lehman, reporter for the Northwest News Network. He tweets @CapitolCurrents.

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