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The Fight for Freedom in Oregon Explained

In the midst of an NRA-backed lawsuit challenging an Oregon law before it has even taken effect, the state is now trying to tap the brakes on its implementation.

Why Oregon Ballot Measure 114 is Unconstitutional

By the thinnest of margins, Oregonians appear to have passed an extreme gun-control initiative.

Freedom Is On the Ballot in Oregon

Election day is less than a month away, with early voting quickly approaching, and in Oregon, freedom is on the ballot in the form of a measure that, if passed, could enact some of the most-restrictive gun-control laws in the nation.

Bloomberg Scores Another Failure In Big Sky Country

Although voters in November’s election had a refreshing break from initiatives to impose new gun-control laws, there was a pro-gun ballot measure this fall in Big Sky Country.

Ballot Initiatives: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

The season has passed for gathering signatures for voter initiatives in the 24 states that allow them, so firearm-prohibition outfits with fuzzy names are finished trying to get gun bans—things that couldn’t make it through the state legislatures—on state ballots this November.

NRA Challenges Washington State Initiative

Another lawsuit is filed questioning the constitutionality of the gun restrictions.

Eight Oregon Counties Approve Gun Rights Measure

Voters in two other counties rejected the item that would ensure Second Amendment rights.

Washington State Vies for Gun-Law Title

Voters in the Evergreen State pass Initiative 1639, putting the state near the top of the list when it comes to gun restrictions.

Oregon Jurisdictions to Vote on Preserving Second Amendment

Ten counties take the right to own semi-automatic guns and “high-capacity” magazines to the voters.

Initiative 1639 is so Bad, Police Oppose It

Washington state’s latest push for gun control draws criticism from law enforcement because it is so extreme.

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