Ballot Initiative Would Require Oregon 6th Graders Study Firearms Safety

Ballot Initiative Would Require Oregon 6th Graders Study Firearms Safety

Gun rights advocates have a filed an initiative petition that would mandate a firearms safety instruction class in the sixth grade at Oregon public schools. Initiative Petition 6 was filed Wednesday, July 11, by Ston McDaniel of Prineville and Jerrad Robison of Redmond for the Nov. 3, 2020, statewide general election ballot. Robison also is chief petitioner for a gun rights initiative in Deschutes County. The Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance would allow the county sheriff to block enforcement of local, state or federal gun laws the sheriff deemed as unconstitutional. IP 6 is the brainchild of Kevin Starrett, founder of the Oregon Firearms Federation, said Rep. Mike Nearman, R-Polk County, who is helping out with the initiative. Read the full story at The Portland Tribune .

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