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Oregon: Court hears arguments over whether sheriffs can keep Right-to-Carry records private

Monday, December 7, 2009

A state court is considering whether sheriffs in Oregon can block public access to information about concealed handgun permits. The Oregon Court of Appeals heard arguments Friday in a dispute that arose after news organizations and others sought to obtain lists of people with those permits as part of the public record.

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