The Oregon Medical Marijuana Allowance Measure 33) was a initiated state statute that appeared on the November 2, 2004 ballot in Oregon, where it was defeated.
| Oregon Measure 33 (2004)|
|Yes|| 764,015|| 42.8%|
The measure sought to make laws concerning medical marijuana less restrictive. Under this statute, registered patients would be allowed to possess up to ten mature plants, an unlimited number of immature plants, and patients could have one to six pounds of usable marijuana depending on how much they grow yearly. Other provisions create a licensing program, permits selling of marijuana to registered patients, and other changes to the current laws in 2004. 
- American Alliance for Medical Cannabis
- Office of National Drug Control Policy