The Oregon Legislature has voted to decriminalize the possession of any amount of any drug for “preventive use.”
The measure is part of the package of reforms the Oregonian reported Wednesday, including an initiative to make medical marijuana legal.
The legislation was approved by the House by a narrow margin of just one vote, with no Democrats voting against it.
The measure passed the Senate on a 24-18 vote on Wednesday and the Assembly on a 56-35 vote on Thursday.
The measure will now go to Gov.
Kate Brown for her signature.