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Measures 71-76 

Measure 71

Would have Oregon legislators convene annually each year to tend to the state's business, as opposed to every other year. - Yes.


Measure 72

Would allow the state to borrow money at a lower interest rate for large-scale construction projects - Yes

Measure 73

Increase mandatory minimum sentences for repeat drunken driving offenders and some sex offenders. Would add an estimated $250 million in corrections costs over the next 10 years at a time when crime rates are dropping. - No.

Measure 74

Would create a provision for licensed growers' dispensaries in Oregon's medical marijuana program - Yes.

Measure 75

Allow the construction of a private (non-Indian) gaming casino in Multnomah County. - No.

Measure 76

Would maintain the current funding formula for state lottery proceeds that allocates 15 percent of receipts to parks and restoration. This program has pumped millions into river and habitat restoration projects in Central Oregon - Yes.

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