Oregon’s overdose-related deaths skyrocket to 955 this year – up from 280 three years ago when state decriminalized hard drugs like heroin, meth and cocaine

Three years after Oregon voted to de-criminalize drug offences – residents are now begging to reverse their decision after seeing an astonishing number of deaths from opioid overdoses.      



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