Oregon State Senator Ted Ferrioli (R-Dist. 30) was upset over a survey distributed to state workers by managed care organization Kaiser Permanente. Ferrioli's beef? The survey asks about guns.
The Oregon Supreme Court ruled, unanimously, “that a retired school bus driver can have her medical marijuana and a concealed handgun, too,” the Associated Press (AP) reported.
We have received multiple, credible reports that Oregon dealers are being pressured by ATF to make highly irregular and suspicious gun sales. It would appear to be Oregon's very own "Gunwalker" scandal.
After two recent lawsuits raised questions about the legality of state universities' bans on concealed handguns, the State Senate decided Wednesday to weigh in on the subject.
Currently, information about who has a concealed carry permit in Oregon is considered a public record. A bill to make that information confidential was passed by the Oregon House in May. Recently, though, the same bill did not receive a vote by the Oregon Senate, effectively killing it for this legislative session.
Gun owners in Oregon were recently dealt a defeat, when an Oregon Appeals Court ruled that a vehicle constitutes a public place.