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Oregon: Time Running Out for CHL Confidentiality Bill

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

State Senate President Peter Courtney (D-11) has assigned House Bill 4045, Concealed Handgun License confidentiality legislation sponsored by state Representative Kim Thatcher (R-25), to the state Senate Rules Committee.  Immediate action by this Senate committee is needed in order to pass this important legislation by the fast approaching end of the session.

Under current law, the private personal information of every person holding a Concealed Handgun License (CHL) in Oregon is at risk of being divulged to the public.

Please use the contact information below to e-mail AND call members of the state Senate Rules Committee TODAY.  Politely ask them to quickly and favorably consider HB 4045 and any supportive amendments presented, and move it forward for action by the full Senate.  You may also contact state Senator Peter Courtney by phone at (503) 986-1600 or by e-mail at sen.petercourtney@state.or.us

Please be sure to thank them for protecting the personal information of Oregon citizens. 

Senate Rules Committee:

Senator Diane Rosenbaum (D-21), Chairman
503-986-1700
sen.dianerosenbaum@state.or.us

Senator Ted Ferrioli (R-30), Vice-Chairman
503-986-1950
sen.tedferrioli@state.or.us

Senator Jason Atkinson (R-2)
503-986-1702
sen.jasonatkinson@state.or.us

Senator Lee Beyer (D-6)
503-986-1706
sen.leebeyer@state.or.us

Senator Ginny Burdick (D-18)
503-986-1718
sen.ginnyburdick@state.or.us

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