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Click to copy Click to copy April 23, 2019. SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon House moved Tuesday to close a loophole that allowed domestic abusers to illegally hold on to their firearms. Lawmakers voted 43-15 in favor of stronger enforcement mechanisms for a 2015 bill that prevents those with domestic violence or stalking convictions from carrying firearms. House Majority Leader Jennifer Williamson, who sponsored the measure, said that although the 2015 bill banned domestic abusers from owning guns, that law didn’t lay out exactly how courts would take away those firearms. Some domestic a... Full story

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