NSSF Challenges Unconstitutional Oregon Measure 114
A state judge Tuesday continued to temporarily block Measure 114′s provision that would require the completion of a criminal background check before a gun can be sold or transferred in Oregon. Read the full article at The Oregonian.
A state judge in southeastern Oregon has blocked the state from implementing Measure 114′s ban on the sale of magazines carrying more than 10 rounds, setting up what’s expected to be a lengthy battle in court. Read the full article at The Oregonian.
A Harney County judge Tuesday extended for 10 more days a restraining order that blocks Measure 114′s regulation requiring a permit to buy a gun, as well as its requirement that a background check be completed before a gun is sold or transferred. Read the full article at The Oregonian.
Cliff Asmussen, a retired co-owner of a car dealership in Burns, said a friend forwarded him an email, asking if he’d be interested in joining a lawsuit to challenge Oregon gun control Measure 114. Read the full article at The Oregonian.
A judge on Tuesday ordered Measure 114′s permit-to-purchase gun regulation be delayed for 30 days but allowed its ban on the sale and transfer of large-capacity magazines to take effect as planned on Thursday. Read the full article at The Oregonian
A Harney County judge Tuesday granted a temporary restraining order against all provisions of Oregon’s gun control Measure 114. Read the full article at The Oregonian.
Two days after telling a federal judge that Oregonians will be able to apply for a permit to buy a gun by the end of this week, Oregon’s attorney general Sunday night acknowledged the state isn’t ready to have a permitting process in place as required by the voter-approved gun control Measure 114. Read the […]