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Stevens: Oregon decriminalizing drugs and creating a support system for addicts is a massive step in the right direction for public health. Money and lives will be saved by this ballot measure, and hopefully other states will follow suit in the wake of the success.

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A man overcomes an opioid addiction to become a hardworking University of Oregon student.

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Beloved UO biologist Jeff McKnight dies 6 months after cancer diagnosis

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Warning: This story contains descriptions of child abuse

In the midst of the opioid crisis, last reported by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention as having claimed 702,000 lives from 1999 to…

The talk of drug decriminalization has finally started to circulate around American political discourse. Democratic presidential candidate And…