Should cities get involved in gun regulations?
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Should cities get involved in gun regulations?

Yes

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No

18

Yes

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Shantae Carter
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Shantae Carter

They should be able to for the pro-gun aspect of it all. Some cities like Prineville or smaller country towns are better at teaching and raising their kids with using the guns right and what they are intended for safely, other cities where they have more shootings should be ban guns to a degree

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Les Adams
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Les Adams

At the rate people are being gunned down, any municipality should be able to take protective steps. It isn't about feeling safe, it's about being more safe.

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Native Oregonian
Native Oregonian

What's wrong with your logic is that we have something called a US Constitution. The city has no authority to be making up their own rules that go against our civil rights.

No

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Marily Badger
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Marily Badger

Giving gun stores more access to personal and medical info on a potential buyer is long overdue and an excellent way to address the issue. Trampling on gun owner second amendment rights so others can feel safe is just unconstitutional.

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Britney Hamlin
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Britney Hamlin

Law abiding citizens are protecting their families with their guns. I wouldn't shop anywhere I wasn't allowed to carry. For the exact reason of the Safeway shooting. I can't even imagine getting stuck in a store with a shooter and my kids without protection.

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Criminals and crazies are the problem NOT guns!!

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

Our system is OK the way it is. Criminals don't use legally purchased guns that can be traced. So tighter regulation is not going to stop the problem.

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Native Oregonian
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Native Oregonian

They need to focus on local issues, not issues that are already being debated at the state level. They also shouldn't be endorcing measures that are unconstitutional such as 114. The Supreme Court has already ruled that most everything the City is in favor of will not pass constitutional scrutiny.

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Christena
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Christena

Lets work on where the problem lies, community, mental health, enforcing current regulation. In many cases people had guns illegally, therefore more regulation isn't the answer but helping to enforce current laws.

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Marcus Ainsworth
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Marcus Ainsworth

The CONSTITUTION clearly states people have the right to keep and bear arms that SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED. What new law is a criminal going to all of a sudden decide to follow. Its already illegal to kill people yet people still do it. The heaviest gun controlled cities have the worst gun crime rates

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Ron Johnson
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Ron Johnson

They say it will be unlawful to carry a loaded gun in public. Does this mean the person with a concealed carry primit have to unload their gun when they leave the house to go out.

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Pat Glandon
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Pat Glandon

Leave it to Feds/states. Rules we have don't stop criminals and people with other issues. If cities want to do something take a look at mental health issues in their areas.

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Nik Myles
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Nik Myles

Regulating the law biding citizen from owning or purchasing guns and making the law biding citizen register their weapons will do nothing but regulate law biding citizens. Making the law biding citizen apply for a permit is unconstitutional. The 2nd amendment is my permit. Regulate lawless criminals

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Russell Parker
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Russell Parker

We already have back ground checks, you have to show photo ID, and be fingerprinted, along with being a resident of this state. It's not a gun problem, it's a people problem. Enforce the laws that we already have, and hold people accountable.

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

The federal government is chipping away at our rights, we don't need cities to try to also, Gun control will not help, criminals or people who want to do harm do not follow laws. Make them accountable, enforce drug laws. fund and respect the police, let them do their jab!

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

NO! Gun laws do nothing to help, in fact they create problems. New York's gun free zones are crazy wrong! How can anyone think that a criminal or a mentally ill 20 year old will abide by any law?? Kids that dont know God or a disciplining Father is the problem. Dem D A,s are another problem!

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annie Oakley
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annie Oakley

Funny how the other states with permit-to-purchase laws have much worse crime than Oregon. But yeah, let's do that...pfff!

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Denise Jensen
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Denise Jensen

Guns aren't the problem. Video games are the problem band video games not guns

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Jim Hipp
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Jim Hipp

The guns are already out there. Stupid intervention over 1 unusual event in this area.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

Gun regulation won't work and is not the answer

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Should it be harder to get state constitutional amendments on the ballot?

Should it be harder to get state constitutional amendments on the ballot?

Yes

2

No

3

Yes

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Harry D
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Harry D

Absolutely! Way too much out-of-state dark money is buying constitutional amendments and creating intended unintended consequences during off year elections with small voter turnouts. Amendments should require super majorities (66%) and only take place during presidential elections. FJB

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

Our Constitution is the strength and security of our Freedoms. Any attempt to alter it by a slim majority, is a direct Assault on our Freedoms. Protect our Safety and Freedom by protecting our Constitution.

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No

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Thomas Holbrook II
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Thomas Holbrook II

Dark money is an excuse to prevent we the people from correcting mistakes the state government has made.

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Carl-Hermann Freese
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Carl-Hermann Freese

Because the people need dome direct control

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John Starke
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John Starke

Representative government relies on the voice of the people being heard. Constitutional Amendments are a very important method of making that happen. No wonder the people in charge want to diminish this right of the people. It interferes with their plans for authoritarian rule.

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Do you think the bill banning TikTok will pass?

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0

No

1

Yes

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No

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David Pierce
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David Pierce

Popularity amongst young adults.

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