Seven major food companies donated a total of $690,000 to a campaign against Measure 92, which would require genetically engineered food to be labeled in Oregon.
The State of Oregon sued Oracle over its role in creating the failed Cover Oregon website.
The "Yes on 91" campaign, which supports the legalization of marijuana for adults, will purchase $2.3 million worth of television advertising.
A federal grand jury indicted Salem resident Alexander Hawatmeh on charges of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and money laundering and Mikhail Galas of Vancouver with conspiracy to commit securities fraud.
Club members must first approve the endorsement of a ballot measure that would legalize recreational marijuana.