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Oregon: Legislature Adjourns

Friday, March 6, 2020

Oregon: Legislature Adjourns

On March 5th, the Oregon Legislature adjourned. As previously reported, pro-gun legislators took the step of refusing to attend floor sessions in order to prevent a quorum in either chamber of the legislature, effectively defeating gun control legislation for the session.

If your state representative and/or senator appear in the list below, please take the time to thank them for taking a stand in defense of your Second Amendment rights.

Representatives

District 1: Representative Smith
District 2: Representative Leif
District 3: Representative Wilson
District 4: Representative Stark
District 6: Representative Wallan
District 7: Representative Hayden
District 15: Representative Boshart Davis
District 17: Representative Sprenger
District 18: Representative Lewis
District 19: Representative Moore-Green
District 23: Representative Nearman
District 24: Representative Noble
District 25: Representative Post
District 39: Representative Drazan
District 53: Representative Zika
District 55: Representative Breese-Iverson
District 56: Representative Reschke
District 57: Representative Smith
District 58: Representative Barreto
District 59: Representative Bonham
District 60: Representative Owens 

Senators

District 1: Senator Heard
District 2: Senator Baertschiger
District 9: Senator Girod
District 10: Senator Boles
District 12: Senator Boquist
District 13: Senator Thatcher
District 20: Senator Olsen
District 26: Senator Thomsen
District 28: Senator Linthicum
District 29: Senator Hansell
District 30: Senator Findley

While gun control legislation has been defeated for the session, it is possible a special session may be called. Additionally, there are numerous anti-gun ballot initiatives filed in Oregon for the 2020 ballot. Your NRA will continue to fight for Second Amendment rights in Oregon, so please stay tuned to your email inbox and www.nraila.org for further updates.

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