On November 4, 2020 the citizens of Umatilla County, OR voted to pass a Second Amendment Sanctuary Ordinance.
On November 4, 2020, the citizens of Columbia County, Oregon voted to pass a Second Amendment Sanctuary Ordinance.
As reported by The Malheur Enterprise the city council unanimously voted to declare Nyssa a Second Amendment Sanctuary City.
While the possibility of new gun control laws dominates national conversation, town councilors in a rural Morrow County community are rejoicing over the town’s recent passage of a Second Amendment sanctuary ordinance.
standing room only in Harney County Judge Pete Runnels’ office during the Harney County Court meeting on April 10. The crowd gathered to discuss Ordinance 2019-86, Harney County’s Second Amendment preservation ordinance.
Measure No. 30-128 Umatilla County's Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance made it on the local ballot for the Nov. 6 2018 election which passed overwhelmingly.
Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance supporters gathered more than enough signatures to qualify the issue for the Nov. 6 ballot as Ballot Measure 22-174.
Union County became one of eight counties in Oregon to pass a controversial Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance on Tuesday.
Passed through referendum by public vote 'Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance'.