What is Oregon's legal age of majority?

Answer The age of majority in Oregon, like most states, is 18. Until that point they are considered a minor for most situations under the law. The parents remain responsible for them until that age.

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What is the Legal age of majority in California?

The age of majority in CA is 18 years of age.See CALIFORNIA FAMILY CODE SECTION 7000-7002, the Emancipation of Minors Law7000. This part may be cited as the Emancipation of Minors Law.7001. It is t... Read More »

Why isn't marijuana legal when the majority of the nation smokes it?

Ok sorry getting on my soapbox here.... Marijuana isn't legal because the govenment cannot see the revenue they could make by packaging and taxing it like they do liquor. If they would remove their... Read More »

What percentage of oregons electricity is produced using oil?

They used mostly 9 milimetre rounds hand gun or maybe the glock.

How to Be a Majority Stockholder?

When a corporation distributes shares of stock, it also distributes the ownership of the company to multiple shareholders. When one shareholder owns more stock than anyone else, he is known as the ... Read More »