Oregon Judge Refuses To Let Restrictive Gun Law Take Effect

  • Oregon’s new law cracking down on gun ownership will not take effect Thursday.
  • State Supreme Court Chief Justice Martha Walters denied Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum’s request to remove a hold on the law, according to The Associated Press. The law, passed in November, is considered one of the strictest gun regulations in the country, and if implemented, will require background checks, firearm training, fingerprint collection and a permit to purchase any firearm.


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