Has anyone called their reps yet about ORS 174.030, which says: "174.030 Construction favoring natural right to prevail. Where a statute is equally susceptible of two interpretations, one in favor of natural right and the other against it, the former is to prevail." This law is found in chapter 174, which has the title of "Construction of Statutes". The word "Construction" here means the act of "construing". If 174.030 above says that interpreters of the law are required to interpret laws in favor of rights, then it goes without saying that lawmakers are also prohibited from passing laws in the first place that infringe or impair rights outright. If we want to help the gun grabbers win, then let's continue to let them frame the debates in ways that enable them to win. ORS 174.030 sure looks to me to take away the stage that the gun-grabber howler monkeys need for their pseudo-intellectual pretenses. Oh and by the way, this law (ORS 174.030) is "plainly worded", because it has to be to comply with Oregon Constitution, Article 4, Section 21, which says: "Section 21. Acts to be plainly worded. Every act, and joint resolution shall be plainly worded, avoiding as far as practicable the use of technical terms.—" On another note, this gun-grabbing fraud is also not allowed to be disguised as something else by tacking it onto the coat tails of some other piece of warm & fuzzy legislation. See Oregon Constitution, Article 4, Section 20: "Section 20. Subject and title of Act. Every Act shall embrace but one subject, and matters properly connected therewith, which subject shall be expressed in the title. …" Please consider these and exercise your Article 1, Section 26 right to "instruct" your Representatives. "Section 26. Assemblages of people; instruction of representatives; application to legislature.No law shall be passed restraining any of the inhabitants of the State from assembling together in a peaceable manner to consult for their common good; nor from instructing their Representatives; nor from applying to the Legislature for redress of greviances [sic].—" If they ignore you anyway, then remember your rights as a juror when someone gets victimized, errr I mean arrested for violating SB 941. As a juror in Oregon, the law is as much on trial as the defendant. See Oregon Constitution, Article 1, Section 16: "Section 16. Excessive bail and fines; cruel and unusual punishments; power of jury in criminal case. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed. Cruel and unusual punishments shall not be inflicted, but all penalties shall be proportioned to the offense.—In all criminal cases whatever, the jury shall have the right to determine the law, and the facts under the direction of the Court as to the law, and the right of new trial, as in civil cases." Funny how they don't teach us this stuff in high school. How many prior jury members got told by the judge that it was their constitutional "right" to "determine the law"?