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This article needs a Cleanup. That's not to say the article isn't good, as it's actually quite detailed. But it needs to be separated into sections and have an introduction... But I noticed almost all the articles in the Oregon Ballot Measures Category are formatted like this... Does anyone agree or object that they all need a bit better formatting? --TheSlyFox 08:51, 6 November 2006 (UTC)
I don't object at all--please go for it! I went through and spellchecked them all. I can't vouch for the grammar though... Katr67 14:45, 6 November 2006 (UTC)
Merge. I agree that the more recent, failed ballot measure should be merged into this page as a subsection, with the appropriate redirect. The way I understand it, the 2004 measure would have expanded the 1998 measure, so it seems like a logical fit. akendall 05:58, 5 June 2007 (UTC)
Did clean up today and changed as little as possible - mostly grammar and updates. Help with spelling is appreciated. In Oregon getting a good ballot title is an art itself so it really must be there or refernced so readers know what Oregon voters actually voted on. The link to the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program is most important and most information is at that state site. Thank you. --Oregon78 15:37, 28 June 2007 (UTC)