Oregon: Flawed Legislation Referred Back to Committee

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NRA - Institute for Legislative Action
NRA – Institute for Legislative Action

Fairfax, VA -(AmmoLand.com)- Early Monday, House Bill 3093 was sent to Senate Rules Committee from the floor for further amendments.

As previously reported, HB 3093 was a reciprocity bill that was making its way through the Legislature when Senator Prozanski insisted on amendments to include a so-called “technical” change that essentially made reciprocity impossible. The amendment also included a “fix” to ensure that certain nail guns are not required to undergo a background check when transferred because of the language in Senate Bill 941.

This comes just a few days after Senate Bill 315 was sent from the House floor to the Rules Committee because other so-called “fixes” to the flawed background check legislation were exposed. These fixes continue to make the bill more restrictive than California’s unbearable anti-gun laws and would make a person liable even if they perform a background check during a temporary loan.

Your NRA-ILA will continue to keep you updated when more information is available.

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I can only hope that Prozanski and Riley get recalled. They are nothing but paid sycophants of Bloomberg IMO.


We need a Congress with the courage to mandate recognition under Article IV, Section 1, the “full faith and credit” provision, of concealed carry permits, and to repeal and declare void all laws, federal, state, and local, that infringe on the Second Amendment.