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Would you support a law requiring safe gun storage?
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1375 Votes

Would you support a law requiring safe gun storage?

Yes!

7

No!

23

Yes!

7 Comments
Kitt Hawkins 2
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Kitt Hawkins 2

I already keep them locked up, except for the one I carry. It makes sense

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Kristin McKinley
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Kristin McKinley

I would totally agree. Anything to keep guns safe from kids of ANY age. Whether it be in a store or home, it just makes sense in this scary day and age.

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GT Thomas
GT Thomas

Why would you deny gun owners their safety. I say lockup liberals and we would all be safer.

Gabe West
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Gabe West

Safe storage is important

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Gabe West
Gabe West

But it would be hard to get in an emergency

No!

23 Comments
Marianna DeLamore
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Marianna DeLamore

******I am a liberal Democrat woman of color. I have a gun to protect myself and a gun to exercise a right equal to voting. An intruder will not have his or her gun locked. Nor will I.

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Richard Dillard
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Richard Dillard

Teach children at an early age about gun safety. If your gun is locked away it does you no good if you need it to protect your family.

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Sam Ackerman
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Sam Ackerman

My fire arms are secured by the locks on my home. That is all they will ever be secured by.

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Larry Larry
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Larry Larry

We don't need another gun law. Criminals won't wait for me to unlock my gun before they act. This is absolutely ridiculous.

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Dustin Yonts
0
Dustin Yonts

If I need to use a gun, I need it to be loaded and accessible NOW!

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Johnny Mooney
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Johnny Mooney

If someone breaks into my house with me living out in the country what will I say "time out, let me go to my safe and get my firearm". This is CRAZY. People who have no gun experience making rules.

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Raeanne Spencer-Pike
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Raeanne Spencer-Pike

Too many unenforceable laws on the books already. Leave our 2nd amendment alone. Commie bastards.

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robert shaw
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robert shaw

If you're a responsible gun owner, your guns should be kept in a safe place where no one has random access to them. Pretty common knowledge. Has no one ever taken hunter safety course?

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Dave Voiles
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Dave Voiles

My house, my castle. Don't tell me what to do in my home!

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Heidi Owen
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Heidi Owen

Getting seriously ridiculous. Read your constitution...

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Joseph Hemrick III
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Joseph Hemrick III

Libs/Dems often tell me "whats the point of having a gun if you lock it up, youll never get your gun out in time if your home is invaded" Thanks for pointing out 'storage laws' would cause more harm.

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Valerie Rhodes Kifer
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Valerie Rhodes Kifer

Not until the powers that be can write a gun storage law that is reasonable, logical, enforceable, and proven to be effective!

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Jerry Hupp
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Jerry Hupp

Because it's not rediculasly over reaching. The Communist bastards are still not addressing the real problem, MENTAL ISSUES AND ILLNESSES. It isn't the fault of the lawabiding citizens.

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Patricia Brady-McKinney
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Patricia Brady-McKinney

If there is a gun in the house everyone should be taught gun safety. Locking them up prevents using it if someone breaks in with intent to harm.

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JohnWayne Kenneth Pool
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JohnWayne Kenneth Pool

If someone breaks into my house, I'm going to need it right then and there. I'm not going through the time to unlock my gun to protect myself and family.

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Kenneth Gardner
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Kenneth Gardner

this is another foolish law promoted by he democratic party to bug gun owners hell no they can put their foolish laws where the sun aint shining

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k san
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k san

While safe gun storage is a good idea, there is absolutely NO way to enforce this. So why??

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Austin Wilson
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Austin Wilson

Prevents self defense in emergency situations

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Roy Tiller
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Roy Tiller

There's no way to enforce such a ridiculous law. A locked up gun is a useless gun. I pray that no one ever has to find that out the hard way.

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Steven Huillet
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Steven Huillet

How are they going to enforce it? Walk into every single house in Oregon to check that guns are secured? NOT MY HOUSE!

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Would you consider adding an ADU on your property?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
271 Votes

Would you consider adding an ADU on your property?

Yes

1

No

2

Yes

1 Comment
Gabe West
0
Gabe West

Good way to make money with a renter

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Steven Daniels
Steven Daniels

If your mommy rents out the shed in back of her house trailer she might no longer get Section 8. And where will you sleep if she does?

No

2 Comments
snowzone
2
snowzone

It's not a housing problem. Its a people problem. You can add 500 more places for people to live and 800 people will move here. When the bucket is full of water, quit adding more water.

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Do you plan to support Bend Fire's operating levy?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
307 Votes

Do you plan to support Bend Fire's operating levy?

Yes

1

No

3

Yes

1 Comment
No one has commented yet

No

3 Comments
Rick Allen
1
Rick Allen

I think the fire department needs and should have the needed funds definitely. However it should come from other County department spending! I pay over $7,200.00 per year in property tax, thats $600.00 per month. Thats way to much now!, it needs to come other from county funds!.

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Paul Owen
1
Paul Owen

To much monéy. We are all affected by higher prices maybe .25-.30 property taxes are high in Central Oregon. Next will be the police, the school district, the parks dept. Every agency wants more what about the elderly trying to keep their housing?

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

No more tax increases

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CB
CB

Don't call 911 if your house catches on fire if you're not willing to vote for this. And in DWR, there's a much higher probability.

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