Oregon Live reports
She doesn’t want to face fines for violating the law, she said.
The decision follows an unannounced visit last week by Erik Vidstrand, a Multnomah County tobacco program specialist, to the Southeast Foster Road cafe, Martinez said. Vidstrand pointed out ashtrays and remnants of smoked joints and reminded her that smoking is not allowed in the cafe under state law, she said.
“I told them they are infringing on my constitutional rights,” said Martinez, whose patrons must bring their own marijuana to consume at the club. “I have a right to gather peacefully. That is what I am exercising. They are very concerned about the toxicity (of cannabis smoke), which is ridiculous.”
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