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Do you support or oppose Measure 110?
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514 Votes

Do you support or oppose Measure 110?

I support!

5

No,its too far.

5

I support!

5 Comments
Amanda Amie Marshall
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Amanda Amie Marshall

What we are doing now is clearly not working. Let’s stop treating this disease like a crime and start treating it the way we treat other health issues.

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Joshua Olander
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Joshua Olander

we need to care for and treat our addicted population so they have a chance at recovery

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Becca Gilbert
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Becca Gilbert

All Oregonians are impacted by drug addiction. This measure will provide a compassionate and health based approach to addiction, which isn't treated as such right now.

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Johnathan Stone
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Johnathan Stone

Measure 110 will greatly expand access to drug treatment and recovery services for anyone who wants and needs them, instead of arresting people for possession of small amounts of drugs.

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Josephine Maillet
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Josephine Maillet

We need a health based approach to addiction. We are wasting money and lives with our current system.

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No,its too far.

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

Just what we do not need, less restrictions on criminal behavior. What will they decrinalize next? We need responsible citizens not more that depend on government.

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Jake Shepard
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Jake Shepard

So there is a push to legalize even more drug use i.e. psychoactive mushrooms AND decriminalize other drug use, provide more counseling and rehab facilities? How about stop self-medicating altogether?

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sharder8
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sharder8

The fact is, putting them into a program will not work until they are ready to get off the drugs. If they are truly ready to quit, fine . . . but if not, it's a waste of time and money.

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Robert Northrup
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Robert Northrup

Remove penalties on distracted driving, speeding, drinking and driving while were at it OK. That will stop people from doing these things if we decriminalize them right?

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Judy Ostrom-Dixon
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Judy Ostrom-Dixon

I think every state should have a substance abuse jail, no other criminals...strictly for treatment and they cannot leave till their sentence is complete!

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Is the baby formula shortage affecting you or someone you know?
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257 Votes

Is the baby formula shortage affecting you or someone you know?

Yes, I'm being affected!

3

No, I'm not!

1

Yes, I'm being affected!

3 Comments
Colette Bright
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Colette Bright

If Biden wouldn't be sending pallets and pallets to the border maybe all our mothers would have the formula our baby's need so desperately. Way to go BIDEN you are BRANDON.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

They need formula also but they shouldn't be in this country illegally

Gabe West
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Gabe West

Biden needs to send formula to everyone who needs it just not migrates, breastfeeding is better for the baby anyway

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No, I'm not!

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Kenneth Emmrich
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Kenneth Emmrich

I'm not but I know someone that it is. "Let's go Brandon."

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Would you pay more taxes to preserve more open space?
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371 Votes

Would you pay more taxes to preserve more open space?

Yes, I would pay more taxes!

2

No, I wouldn't!

7

Yes, I would pay more taxes!

2 Comments
Angie Rose
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Angie Rose

Open space is limited in the city of Bend and is important to preserve for now and the future.

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Susan Teague
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Susan Teague

I live in Bend for immediate access to unblighted open space, not narrow strips of token open space hedged in by buildings and development.

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No, I wouldn't!

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There are millions of acres of forest and BLM 10 min. from town!

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Robert Mozzetti
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Robert Mozzetti

Since coid is taxpayer-funded that would mean taxpayers own that land. We should be able to decide what is done with it not the bureaucrats that work for us. So there should be no need for new taxes. Hell if it is sold we should get a tax refund since it was paid for with our money to begin with.

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Phillip Wilson
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Phillip Wilson

I pay enough taxes currently to support more open spaces. Why is it always more with the government? They should focus on waste and stretch what they are currently getting.

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Kevin Mace

The people that want to stop development should pool their own money and buy it. Then pay the property taxes like all other land owners. No more on going expenses to other tax payers that don't use it like the ice rink.

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k san
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k san

Absolutely not!! Bend bilks property owners for every little thing they want to preserve or fund. I am ALL for increasing alcohol, cigarette and gas taxes, so that EVERYONE shares in the pain of extra taxes. I am REALLY tired of property owners always bearing the brunt for EVERYTHING Bend wants!!

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k san
k san

I would even vote for sales tax in lieu of more property taxes!!!!!!!!

Gabe West
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Gabe West

We pay enough in taxes

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