Contact your Oregon state rep on anti-gun SB 941!


by NW Spotlight

Anti-gun groups are working to get enough votes to pass SB 941 (Oregon “universal” background check bill) through the Oregon House. Senate Bill 941 is the bill that unnecessarily expands background checks to almost all sales and transfers of guns by private individuals. SB 941 passed out of the House Rules committee in a party-line vote (by anti-gun Dems) last Thursday after 7.5 hours of public hearings and now anti-gun supporters are trying to line up enough votes to pass SB 941 in a House floor vote.

SB 941 was already passed by the Oregon Senate.

It’s very important to respectfully keep letting your Oregon state representatives know that you oppose SB 941. It’s against the 2nd Amendment, and it’s bad legislation.

Here are some resources to help you in contacting your Oregon state representative:

Link to enter your address to find out who your state rep (House) is and how to contact them

Great opinion piece by pro-2nd Amendment Sen. Betsy Johnson (D) that exposes the loopholes that SB 941 won’t touch and calls out anti-gun, pro-criminal Sen. Floyd Prozanski (D) for his do-nothing SB 941

Comments by pro-2nd Amendment Sen. Betsy Johnson (D) on her alternatives to the do-nothing SB 941

NRA-ILA call to action on SB 941

Oregon Firearms Federation action center on opposing SB 941

Oregon Firearms Federation 4/27/2015 update on SB 941: We Are Very Close

Oregon Catalyst article from last year: Oregon doesn’t need to expand gun background checks

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Posted by at 06:28 | Posted in 2nd Amendment, Gun Control, OR 78th Legislative Session, Oregon House | 3 Comments |Email This Post Email This Post |Print This Post Print This Post
  • My2Bits

    What really burns me is Oregon is one of the safest states in the union. Compared to “states with background checks”, Oregon’s gun-homicide rate is 1.4 VS ~3.7. Of the 15 safest states, Oregon is ranked 11th. And only 3 “background check” states make it into the top 15 (2013, CDC data, not counting Washington state who passed I594 and became law in December 2013).

  • Dave Lister

    This will pass on a party line vote with maybe a couple Democrat defections. What we need to focus on is a huge, public education project after the session to inform people just exactly what was done to them.

    • guest

      For surety know: Appreciate Betsy Johnson who’d have made for better a SOS positioning than left wing partisan-blurbs like Brown and Bradbury – altogether know, munching down on Katz and KIxhabers cereal’s of chumpanzees.

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