- A small Oregon town on the border with Idaho voted to legalize recreational marijuana shops last week. Ontario will now be the closest legal cannabis to Boise, Idaho, and city planners expect the vote to have a big economic impact on the town. Town manager Adam Brown tells us what the town has been doing to plan for changes.
- Oregon is now the only state to allow non-unanimous juries in criminal felony cases after Louisiana voted to end this practice. Norris Henderson, the state director of Louisiana's Unanimous Jury Coalition, gives us insight into the campaign's success. And OPB reporter Conrad Wilson tells us what this could mean for Oregon's split-jury system.
- This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI. What did that war mean for Oregon? We'll get a history lesson from Christopher McKnight Nichols, director of the Oregon State University Center for the Humanities.
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