All four state measures passed in the Nov. 3 general election.
Measure 107 passed the Oregon vote with 1,560,133 votes. Measure 107 allows laws limiting political campaign contributions and expenditures, requiring disclosure of political campaign contributions and expenditures, and requiring political campaign advertisements to identify who paid for them.
Measure 108 passed the Oregon vote with 1,379,372 votes. Measure 108 increases cigarette and cigar taxes, establishes tax on e-cigarettes and nicotine vaping devices and funds health programs.
Measure 109 passed the Oregon vote with 1,166,988 votes. Measure 109 allows manufacture, delivery, and administration of psilocybin at supervised, licensed facilities, and imposed a two-year development period.
Measure 110 passed the Oregon vote with 1,215,697 votes. Measure 110 provides statewide addiction/recovery services, marijuana taxes partially finance, and reclassifies possession/penalties for specified drugs.