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In rural Oregon, psilocybin is on the ballot – but still a mystery

This election, more than two thirds of Oregon’s counties will vote on whether to opt out of the state’s new psilocybin program. But the program will start next year in 137 cities and 10 urban counties, regardless. Opting out is largely a rural discussion and in some places, there’s not much discussion at all.





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Clackamas County clerk blames multiple election mistakes on outside businesses

About three months after election snafu rendered more than half of all Clackamas County primary ballots unreadable, diverted hundreds of county employees from their normal jobs, and cost taxpayers $600,000, Clerk Sherry Hall addressed the county Board of Commissioners on Wednesday with her summary of what went wrong.



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