Oregon Measure 110 was recently voted in, decriminalizing the possession of any controlled substances:
A "yes" vote supported making personal non-commercial possession of a controlled substance no more than a Class E violation (max fine of $100 fine) and establishing a drug addiction treatment and recovery program funded in part by the state's marijuana tax revenue and state prison savings.
Have there ever been referendums on legalizing the recreational sale of drugs other than marijuana? If not, are there any such referendums currently in the planning?
Clarifications as requested in comments:
- Recreational sale = any ordinary citizen without medical conditions can walk into a public store and obtain a dose of said drug.
- Legalized = officially permitted and taxed by the local authorities, even if illegal in the superseding jurisdiction. I.e. Amsterdam doesn't count as marijuana and hallucinogenic mushrooms are merely tolerated there, not legalized. Washington state does count as it's fully legal even if illegal on the Federal level.
- Drugs = anything other than coffee, cigarettes, marijuana or alcohol that is routinely use for recreational purposes.
- Countries where traditional medicine was never fully banned don't count - i.e. the use of coca leaves in South America. The drug in question should've been fully banned at some point in said country.