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Oregon: Concealed Handgun License Confidentiality Bill Granted Hearing

Friday, February 3, 2012

House Bill 4045 is scheduled for a hearing and possible work session in the House Judiciary Committee on Monday, February 6, at 8:00 a.m.  Introduced by state Representative Kim Thatcher (R-25), HB 4045 would provide for the confidentiality of Concealed Handgun License (CHL) holders’ personal information.  A similar measure was introduced last session and passed in the state House, but was held up in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

This is an extremely valuable legislative fix that would prohibit the disclosure personal identifying information about CHL’s.

Please contact members of the House Judiciary Committee TODAY and respectfully urge them to support HB 4045. The House Judiciary Committee contact information is provided below:

Representative Jeff Barker, Co-Chairman (D-28)
503-986-1428
rep.jeffbarker@state.or.us

Representative Wayne Krieger, Co-Chairman (R-1)
503-986-1401
rep.waynekrieger@state.or.us

Representative Chris Garrett, Co-Vice Chairman (D-38)
503-986-1438
rep.chrisgarrett@state.or.us

Representative Wally Hicks, Co-Vice Chairman (R-3)
503-986-1403
rep.wallyhicks@state.or.us

Representative Mary Nolan (D-36)
503-986-1436
rep.marynolan@state.or.us

Representative Andy Olson (R-15)
503-986-1415
rep.andyolson@state.or.us

Representative Mike Schaufler (D-48)
503-986-1448
rep.mikeschaufler@state.or.us

Representative Carolyn Tomei (D-41)
503-986-1441
rep.carolyntomei@state.or.us

Representative Matt Wand (R-49)
503-986-1449
rep.mattwand@state.or.us

Representative Gene Whisnant (R-53)
503-986-1453
rep.genewhisnant@state.or.us

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