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2017 Proposed Oregon Gun Legislation
add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted January 11th, 2017 01:49 pm

dc dalton
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This thread will be updated on a regular basis when new bills come in for Oregon.

Note: We will only post legislation we feel is negative or positive, those new bills which don't actually effect your rights will not be included but you can always find them on the state legislation page.

To view proposed Oregon legislation click here

Starting off:

SB66 would require the courts to send notifications to the local sheriff and the Oregon Health Authority when someone is found to be mentally defective

SB554 would prevent anyone charged with a felony while using a firearm from pleading to a lesser charge

SB553 would remove state police as the point of contact for background checks and require dealers to use the NICS system

SB552 would change law regarding carrying of firearms so that the state would accept all valid permits from other states

SB549 would exempt honorably retired parole and probation officers from local firearm regulations regarding carrying loaded firearms in public places

SB548 would allow sheriff's to issue permits to any Oregon resident

SB495 would allow county governments to regulation the sales of firearms by pawn shops and second hand stores

HB2592 would provide a 50% tax credit on the purchase of a gun safe up to $250

HB2523 would allow firearm dealers to accept firearms from anyone 'at risk' and would provide a means to return the firearm to the person or another qualified owner. It would also provide immunity to the dealer accepting the firearm

HB2237 would prohibit a firearm dealer from transferring a firearm if state police can not make a determination during a background check

HB2173 would allow anyone hurt in a business that prohibits firearms to sue that establishment

HB2172 would require all businesses to post a sign outside their business regarding their policy with respect to permitting individuals who have a license to carry a concealed handgun to carry a firearm onto the premises

HB2130 would create criminal offenses for adults that leave firearms where children might access them

HB2127 would expand firearm carry reciprocity with other states

HB2126 removes the requirement to maintain firearm sales records by pawnbrokers

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted February 14th, 2017 05:38 pm

dc dalton
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New this week:

SB655 is an interesting bill. It would continue to allow local government to regulate firearms but those with a carry license, or someone from a state that has reciprocity with Oregon, would be exempt from those laws

SB667 would clarify that the term firearm as used in law does not include antique firearms

SB669 would exempt those with carry permits from background checks when buying firearms

SB670 would allow 18 to 20 year old active service members to get a carry permit

SB675 would allow persons awaiting a carry permit that have submitted a protection from abuse order to carry firearms

SB679 would preempt all local governments from regulating firearms

SB681 would allow military personnel to carry on base

SB272 would remove switchblades from the definition of dangerous weapons

HB2840 would make background check fees tax deductable

HJR13 is a resolution to change the state constitution so that it would be legal for law enforcement to ask if someone is carrying a firearm

SB775 would waive background check requirements for those that have a carry license

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted February 19th, 2017 11:51 am

dc dalton
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New this week:

SB797 would prohibit firearm dealers to complete a sale until they have received a unique approval number from the state police, no matter how long it takes

SB804 would exempt temporary transfers for hunting and at ranges from background checks

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted February 24th, 2017 02:30 pm

dc dalton
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New this week:

HB2973 would repeal the requirement for a background check during private transfers

SB854 would exempt anyone under the protection of a court order, anyone who is a 'certified participant in the address confidentiality program' or anyone Oregon driver license bearing a 'Continuous Traveler' residence address from background checks provided they are not prohibited

SB855 would create exemptions for possessing a firearm without a license to things like traveling to and from a range and if a person is under the protection of the courts and has applied for a permit

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted March 3rd, 2017 12:27 pm

dc dalton
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New this week:

SB905 would abolish the governor's security detail in response to state employees not being allowed to carry firearms

SB868 would extreme risk protection orders similar to California's gun violence protection orders

HB3271 would prohibit the Oregon Department of Administrative Services from creating regulations regarding firearms

HB3281 would allow state employees to store their firearms in their vehicles on state property

HB3287 would prohibit any state agency from adopting any rule prohibiting employees with concealed carry licenses from carrying

HB3306 would prohibit any state agency from adopting any rule prohibiting employees with concealed carry licenses from carrying

SB920 would set up reciprocity with any state that recognizes Oregon permits

SB923 would allow anyone under the protection of a court order and that has applied for a carry permit to carry without a permit until their permit is issued

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted March 27th, 2017 10:27 am

dc dalton
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New for Oregon:

HB3107 would allow elected officials to carry firearms in courthouses while performing official duties if they have a license to carry

SB1026 would make it a crime to leave a firearm where a minor could access it or where a person should 'reasonably know' a minor could access it

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted May 30th, 2017 12:08 pm

dc dalton
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SB719 would create extreme risk protections orders that would require a person's firearm to be seized

SB1065 would add multiple burdens to buying a firearm including requiring gun safety classes and a 14 wait if the state police can not make a determination.

2017 Proposed Oregon Gun Legislation