Saturday, August 17, 2013

Oregon Supreme Court Finds Portland Ban On Loaded Guns In Public Places Constitutional

The Oregon Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Portland ordinance banning the carrying of loaded guns in public areas is not in violation of the 2nd Amendment right to bears arms.
State and City of Portland v. Jonation D. Christian is the first time the state supreme court weighed in on the controversial ordinance.
Sounds like a bit of a set-back for gun rights.
What do you think?


  1. Quite the setback--a state supreme court in a more liberal state--that Totally outweighs and nullifies the ruling against Illinois in Federal Circuit Court.

  2. Did you ignore or miss the fact that carry license holders are exempted from this ordinance? This is nothing new. In fact, it's typical for most of the country.