On November 4, 2020 the citizens of Umatilla County, OR voted to pass a Second Amendment Sanctuary Ordinance.
Resolution No. 2015-13 Supporting Second Amendment Rights Gary Schmidt, Public & Government Affairs Director presented the staff report.
As reported by The Malheur Enterprise the city council unanimously voted to declare Nyssa a Second Amendment Sanctuary City.
The Lake County Board of Commissioners approved the attached Resolution in regard to Commissioner support of the Second Amendment
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.
A measure to prevent the use of county resources to enforce certain restrictions on gun ownership and use was on the ballot for voters in Coos County, Oregon
Passed through referendum by public vote 'Second Amendment Preservation 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.
Standing up for the citizens of the city of Canby in Clackamas County, the City Council pass a Second Amendment Resolution.