An Oregon anti-gun bill far overreaches.
Voters approved a preemption measure despite heavy opposition from anti-gun groups.
A long with the sweeping success of the Right-to-Carry movement, strong state firearms preemption laws have been among the most important developments over the past half-century in the way average Americans own and use firearms.
State’s capital ignored warnings to repeal laws that violate preemption.
Ordinances deemed to violate state’s preemption statute could leave taxpayers liable should they enter litigation.
This past fall, gun owners have been given two prime examples of just how important strong firearms preemption laws are to the vibrant exercise of Second Amendment rights.
State’s high court reversed a previous ruling that would impose extreme gun-control measures.