Willamette Week writes

Eighty-two Oregon cities and counties have banned recreational pot shops from operating; in 36 of those jurisdictions—from Manzanita to Fairview to Lake Oswego—residents will vote on those bans in the November 2016 general election.

That’s because the Oregon Legislature’s rules for recreational weed say that in any county where more than 45 percent of voters approved legal weed, cities and counties must refer local bans to voters. In counties where at least 55 percent of voters rejected Measure 91, local governments can pass bans without referring them to the ballot.

Here’s his spreadsheet   https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Oq1eb_jineOaJpvps91Gmeoqm992qO8Wzj0d4ULLc0w/edit#gid=1588271982

Refer to the Willamette Week article at   http://www.wweek.com/2015/12/31/portland-lawyer-compiling-list-of-every-oregon-elected-official-who-voted-to-ban-cannabis/

Bear Wilner-Nugent  http://bwnlaw.com/