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We’re Having A Party

03.24.14 Well, we’re  not really having it, but our friends are and you’re invited. As you know, the City of Ashland is considering Portland style restrictions on gun owners. In spite of the fact that “open carry” has never been an issue there, the City Council is preparing to bow to the pressure of a small […]

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More on Portland Slime Moving South

03.19.14 Last night, the Ashland City Council held another meeting to consider adopting Portland style gun restrictions. The meeting, described as “standing room only,” drew gun rights activists opposing the ordinance and anti-gunners determined to convince the city to enact new restrictions. The irony of the whole issue is that Ashland has never been a […]

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Ashland To Hear Anti-Gun Ordinances (Again!)

03.12.14 We have been informed that on Tuesday March 18, the Ashland City Council will (once again) consider adopting Portland style gun restrictions.These pointless regulations are intended only to harass legitimate gun owners and will have no effect on law-breakers.The Council meeting starts at 7PM and will be at the Ashland Civic Center Council Chambers, […]

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They’re Done, We Won!

03.07.14 The 2014 Oregon Legislature has adjourned. In spite of a flurry of last minute maneuvers the anti-rights crowd failed to pass their gun registration scheme, or anything else. There is one, and only one, reason for that. You. In a story in today’s Oregonian, OFF members were singled out as the driving force behind […]

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03.06.14 Update On SB 1551

The twists and turns of SB 1551 are continuing. The bill started life as an attempt by Floyd Prosanzki and other anti-rights legislators to create a universal gun registration scheme in Oregon of the type being used in other states to confiscate guns from people whose only crime was owning Constitutionally-protected firearms. If passed, SB 1551 […]

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02.28.14 GUN BILLS RE-PASSED IN HOUSE

Two gun bills that started in the Oregon House passed through the Senate yesterday and were heard again in the House today. The reason they were back in the House was because some changes were made in the Senate, and the House had to agree to the changes. They did. HB 4068 , which corrects errors […]

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02.27.14 GUN BILLS PASS SENATE, HOUSE VOTES TO CRUSH INITIATIVE PROCESS

Two gun bills that had previously passed the Oregon House sailed through the Senate today. HB 4068 , which corrects errors in current law and addresses CHL applicants who had a single conviction for a small amount of marijuana, and HB 4035 which  allows corrections officers to travel to and from work with their own firearms were […]

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02.25.14 Gun Bills Clear Senate Judiciary Committee

Two gun bills passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee today.  House Bill 4035 , which allows corrections officers to travel to and from work with their own defensive firearms and HB 4068,  which corrects  mistakes in current law dealing with minor marijuana convictions, have passed out of the committee and will now go to […]

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02.21.14 PRO GUN BILLS HELD OVER AGAIN

Two good gun bills were held up again in the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday. Citing “paperwork issues,” House Bill 4035 , which allows corrections officers to travel to and from work with their own defensive firearms and HB 4068,  which corrects  mistakes in current law dealing with minor marijuana convictions, have been held over until next […]

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02.19.14 Pro-Gun Bills Held Up in Senate Judiciary

Two good gun bills which passed the Oregon House were heard, but not acted on in Senate Judiciary today. House Bill 4035 simply allows corrections officers to travel to and from work with their own defensive firearms but it is taking some flak from the head of the Department of Corrections who expressed concerns about […]

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02.18.14 Pro-Gun Bills To Be Heard in Senate Judiciary

02.18.14 Two good gun bills which passed the Oregon House are scheduled to be heard in the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow at 9am. They are House Bill 4035, which simply allows corrections officers to travel to and from work with their own defensive firearms,and HB 4068 which cleans up mistakes in current law and allows […]

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02.17.14 Two Gun Bills Pass The House

02.17.14 Two gun related bills overwhelmingly passed in the Oregon House today. Both were supported and heavily amended by OFF. HB 4035 allows correction officers to travel with privately owned firearms to and from work at prisons, something they are currently forbidden from doing. It may seem beyond belief that men and women who work with […]

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Gun Registration Bill Moves To Rules Committee

02.13.14 Senate Bill 1551 was sent off to the Senate Rules Committee today. The Senate Judiciary Committee, (chaired by Floyd Prozanski, who promised to pass it out of committee and onto the floor) did not vote on the bill itself. The vote was only to move it to the other committee.  Pro-gun Senators Jeff Kruse and Betsy Close both voted […]

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Floyd’s Gun Registration Bill Held Over

02.12.14 Senate Bill 1551 was not amended or voted on today, although there are several amendments being offered. The bill is now scheduled for a “work session” again tomorrow morning at 8:30. One amendment adds “aunt or uncle” and “first cousin” to the list of people you can give a firearm to without subjecting them to […]

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More Snow Jobs From The Gun Grabbers

  02.10.14The snow may be melting away from the Capitol steps, but the snow jobs from the liberty haters are coming as fast and furious as the guns being run to Mexican cartels from Obama and Holder. Today we received this absurd piece from Senator Michael Dembrow. Here Dembrow, who has advocated for warrantless searches of […]

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